Stem cells are biological cell with the unique ability to develop into other cell types in the body and can be used to replace cells and tissues that have been damaged or lost due to disease. They can treat a variety of diseases, including diabetes, liver disease, hepatitis B and C, and others. 
Stem cells - cells of the body with properties that a variety of diseases, including diabetes, liver disease, hepatitis B and C, and others can treat.
Treatment with stem cells is called cell therapy.
The activation of the functional systems, normalization of the immune status and metabolic processes are observed after stem cell therapy.
Patients experience an increase in strength, decrease weakness and lethargy, improve appetite, sleep, memory improvement, concentration of attention and sharpness of thinking after a course of cell therapy.
There is a normalization of the emotional background, the mobilization of volitional processes, an increase in the urge to intellectual and creative activity.

The power of nature

Our body contains hundreds of cell types o cells that provide its vital functions (work of internal organs, muscles, etc.).
Their predecessors are stem cells. They multiply by division, and, unlike the "mature" cells, they have an unlimited number of dividing cycles.
During injury or illness, our cells are damaged or killed. Stem cells in such cases activate and repair damaged tissues or help create new cells. In fact, they are our own microscopic doctors that treat and prevent premature aging. However, the stock of our own stem cells is small.

How it works

If the stock of own stem cells is not enough for self-healing, we can help the body: grow them in the laboratory and transplant. Stem cells are capable to transform into blood cells, liver, myocardium, bone, cartilage or nerve tissue. And, thus, restore the damaged organs and the functional activity of other cells.
The reason one cell can do this is because the main cause of the majority of chronic diseases is either a lack of these cells or a dysfunction of these cells or a combination: these cells just aren’t doing their jobs anymore. This is how our body repairs the organism itself.

What diseases can be cured

Today stem cells are successfully used in the treatment of many complex diseases. For some diseases, other treatments simply do not exist.

Liver disease
Stem cells when injected into the body of a sick person not only restore damaged tissue, but they can produce biologically active substances that stimulate division of their own "adult" stem cells and, thus, update the cell composition of the diseased organ. There is a significant improvement in the biochemical parameters of the blood (albumin, bilirubin, ALT, AST) and general condition of the patient as a result of treating cirrhosis of the liver with stem cells.

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an autoimmune condition in which otherwise healthy cells in the body are mistakenly recognized as a threat and are attacked by the immune system. In the case of RA, the lining of the joints is attacked by the immune system and becomes inflamed, leading to an eventual loss of physical function and disability. Persons affected by RA frequently suffer from other diseases (cardiovascular, pulmonary, and renal for example) and show higher rates of infection.
Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) an modulate the immune system and have been used safely to treat certain inflammatory conditions in clinical settings. Additionally, MSCs have the ability to regenerate worn-out cartilage, with umbilical cord-derived MSCs showing greater capacity than other MSC sources.
The main method of treatment is the transformation of stem cells into cartilage cells (chondrocytes), which are injected directly into the affected joint. Also, the method of systemic administration of hematopoietic and / or mesenchymal cells to the bloodstream is used to reduce the manifestations of autoimmune aggression.
Damaged tissues are restored, replenished by stem restoration for regeneration. There is almost complete stopping of disease progression.