Autologous stem cell transplantation available through Adistem
procedures provides an infusion of several million new stem cells capable of differentiating into any one of the 200 different cells
that make up the human body. These cells can be mobilized to regenerate, repair and/or replace damaged or destroyed cells or
tissues. Adistem has developed an autologous procedure in which the patients' own stem cells are "reactivated" by a colostrum-derived
protein growth factor and returned to their body.
AdiStem's system has been designed to automate the proprietary process and methods for extracting and purifying a high yield of
Dormant stem cells are harvested from 100cc of a patient's fat and peripheral blood through liposuction. The harvested dormant stem cells are incubated in stimulating growth factors using
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) from your own blood together with a Laser stem cell Activator. This process will produce 40 - 60M million active stem cells. These are then infused back into
the patient intravenously. The whole procedure takes up to 4 hours in the operating room of the hospital under local anesthesia.
It takes about an hour to harvest, 3 hours to incubate and stimulate the stem cells and infuse them back to the patient. As of Jan 2010,
we have done 160 patients already with this procedure and technology.
No foreign substance whatsoever is introduced to the body and so medical risk is very low indeed.