What is Lupus?
Lupus is an autoimmune disorder in which the body’s immune system attacks one’s own immune system causing inflammation and damage to many organs of the body such as skin, kidney, blood, heart, and lungs. The exact cause is unknown; however, researchers have linked genetic malfunction as the leading cause implying people that have a family history are at higher risk for developing Lupus. In the case of this autoimmune disease, the memory of the white blood cells to recognize and attack microbes within the systems is faulty and these cells attack the internal organs as they would an invasive entity. Patients affected with Lupus have a distinct immune system that cannot differentiate between one’s own systems and therefore produces antibodies which contribute to inflammation and pain in various organs.
Treatment of Lupus at Cellebration Life Sciences, Inc.
Stem cell treatment involves targeting concentrated cells where they can colonize in the damaged area, adapt properties of the populated stem cells and initiate some of the function that has been compromised by Lupus. These cells are administered through one of several methods after a considerable analysis of the patient’s unique history and medical professional’s advice.
- Local Administration: -In this mode, cells are infused directly at the targeted site directly infused through a catheter-based delivery mode.
- Subcutaneous Administration: – In this mode, cells are administered in the fat layer of the skin and can help regenerate skin cells, promoting restructuring of skin tissue layers.
- Intravenous Administration: – In this mode, cells are infused into the peripheral veins to expand blood volumes in the system, to ensure the maximum number of cells are reaching the targeted area.
These cells can repopulate the damaged parts of the tissues and organs through paracrine effects and differentiate into cells to restore function and improve regulation of the immune system while promoting proper hormonal balance.