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GLOBAL STEM CELLS GROUP ANNOUNCES THE LAUNCH OF ITS NEW DIVISION “VITA NOVAS”

A Step towards the Actualization of Regenerative Medicine The Global Stem Cells Group takes another luminary step by launching its new company VITA NOVAS in the field of Regenerative medicine. Vita Novas is a mobile IV infusion company that provides in-home treatments to patients in need of immune modulation to help fight infections, viruses, and diseases. Under the banner of GSCG, Vita Novas is ready to launch in 26 countries in the first year of its inception. Having the cushion of an already established worldwide network and 10 years of experience of GSCG, VITA NOVAS has already gained ground with the inherited reputation of quality, innovation, and professionalism. The VITA NOVAS’ program delivers micronutrients and stimulating biological products like Exosomes and Mesenchymal Stem Cells intravenously, guaranteeing an effective way for the ingredients to become immediately...

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Can Stem Cells treatment Regrow the knee cartilage?

Some people believe that stem cell does all of this but studies have shown that It's unlikely only in a few unique cases. You can observe minimal growth a year after the patient took treatment, but this doesn't mean replacement of the cartilage. The cartilage has a reduced regenerative capacity, and current and present pharmacological medications only offer symptomatic pain relief. Osteoarthritis patients that respond poorly to conventional therapies are ultimately treated with surgical procedures to promote cartilage repair by implantation of artificial joint structures (arthroplasty) or total joint replacement (TJR). Surgery has been the last resort for serious cartilage problems. In the last two decades, stem cells derived from various tissues with varying differentiation and tissue regeneration potential have been used for the treatment of osteoarthritis,...

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Platelet-Rich Plasma Stays Quietly Popular Despite Neglect

Fact: According to research, PRP treatments are one of the most in-demand treatments available in healthcare. This is impressive considering the following. PRP is not supported by the medical industry. No big pharma funding on extensive research or marketing. No medical associations lobbying to increase its awareness. PRP is shunned by the insurance companies. No reimbursements from them. So getting patients to pay is difficult. Especially for a treatment that’s relatively “unproven” like this. The cost of PRP treatments are actually rising. In 2006, you can get a PRP treatment for $450. Today it costs $800. The cheapest we’ve seen is $650. The prices are still robust as demand keeps up. However, we believe the best of PRP is not even here yet. We’re just one breakthrough study away from...

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The Growth Factor Showdown: Plasma Vs Fibrin

Yep, it’s Platelet-Rich Plasma. There has been numerous speculations about which one among the latest Platelet-Rich family was the greatest—is it the plasma or the fibrin or even latest the A-fibrin? That confusion is somewhat over now. Platelet-products are known to facilitate angiogenesis, hemostasis, osteogenesis, and bone growth. But see, the only reason plasma can do that is because of the growth factors it carries. Let’s review the specific roles of these growth factors in the healing process. Growth Factors In Platelet-Rich Plasma These are growth factors that are traditionally known to have played a vital healing role in PRP. If you’re seeing your patients get better as a result of that injection you gave, these are guys you need to thank for. Platelet-Derived Growth Factor (PDGF): Regulates cell...

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Platelet-Rich Plasma For Breast Augmentation: How it works

“You start out happy that you have no hips or boobs. All of a sudden you get them, and it feels sloppy. Then just when you start liking them, they start drooping.” Cindy Crawford Just like men associate (some of) their masculinity with the shape and size of their muscles, women associate (some of) their femininity with the shape and size of their breasts. However, unlike the muscles, exercise won’t be of much help for augmenting the size of breasts. Fortunately, we have an array of procedures to the rescue. And today, we’re going to take a look at everything that Platelet-Rich Plasma can do for breast augmentation. Platelet-Rich Plasma For Breast Augmentation PRP & Breasts: The Incorrect Perception Currently the traditional breast augmentation procedures like breast implant surgery and fat...

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Platelet-Rich Plasma For Bone Healing: Myth or Fact?

Platelet-Rich Plasma has a proven record for healing soft-tissues and other living tissues. But can it actually heal the bones itself? This could mean PRP, when applied to an affected area whether it’s an elbow joint or knee or back bone area, actually heals everything within it’s reach including the bones. Is that really why PRP actually works? Let’s examine. Platelet-Rich Plasma For Bone Healing Bones are not just lifeless matter attached to living tissues. It’s as much living as the tissues themselves. And just like the tissues, it’s constantly changing too. The old bone cells are broken down and replaced with new ones in a three-part process called bone remodeling the involves resorption (digestion of old bone cells), reversal (new cells are birthed) and formation (new cells turn...

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Stem Cell Platelet-Rich Plasma: The Best Regenerative Therapy?

To understand why stem cell platelet-rich plasma or co-transplantation of Adipose-derived mesenchymal stem cells and PRP, is such a remarkable idea in regenerative medicine, let’s spend a little time looking at the mechanics of PRP. Platelet-Rich Plasma’s Role As Repairmen The one thing that makes Platelet-Rich Plasma a hero in several fields (if not all) of medicine is the fact that the diverse growth factors in it are able to stimulate stem cell proliferation and cell differentiation (the factors that determine effective tissue regeneration and healing) on any part of the body. These growth factors are abundant in the blood and act as the natural repairmen of tissues. In the perfect scenario, there’s plenty of blood flow to every part of the body and these “repairmen” are always on-call...

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7 PRP Treatments That Are Popular Right Now

The time it takes to draw a patient's blood, add a little citrate, and use a centrifugal machine with a PRP kit is only 15-20 minutes. This is the amount of time needed to create Platelet-Rich Plasma, or PRP. This can then be used for many purposes, using speeding up a patients recovery. PRP is by far the best healing agent that has growth factors and platelets to help with the healing process, which is also completely free and natural to obtain. What are The Advantages Of Using PRP Correctly? It is easy to create PRP simpy by placing blood in a centrifuge, but it can have very little, if any, platelets, and would otherwise be useless. However, with the right equipment, you can make PRP...

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Why Should you Include PRP In Your Medical Practice?

According to many physicians, PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) has been a lifesaver for their practice, while others claimed that it helped them become passionate about medicine again. This is because not only is it 100% from the body of the patient themselves, but it is also natural and comes with pretty much no side effects. It can also be used to treat a plethora of medical ailments, to the point where no other treatment options come close. Although the above are all fantastic and solid reasons for offering PRP therapies, there are also a couple other reasons as well. For instance, it is extremely simple compared to other treatment options. For about 1000$ as an initial investment, you can get started with offering PRP. The equipment is...

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How To Choose A Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Kit

Despite being rather simple, PRP extraction has been shrouded with debate on the reliability of the methods for the past decade. We are going to help clear up the debate by providing information on choosing the best PRP kit. Using a kit is in itself vital to the creation of PRP. While it is possible to draw blood into a test tube and put it through a centrifuge and claim it is PRP, it’s otherwise ineffective. This is what is known as “bloody PRP,” and it might hold 1.5x the amount of blood platelets if you’re lucky, but it will also contain a ton of red and white blood cells. Because of this, this ineffective form of PRP can potentially cause flare ups after injection....

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