What is Alzheimer’s Disease?
Alzheimer’s disease is the most commonly observed neurodegenerative disorder associated with memory loss and difficulty with cognitive functions of the body. It can be referred to as an adverse form of dementia that progressively worsens due to the degeneration or death of neurons. Age and genetics play the major role in disease manifestations, although risk factors include the growing age of the person and family history of the disease. The diseased brain reveals proteins known as Plaques which interfere with the signaling mechanism and lead to damage of brain cells. Plaques observed in between dying cells from the accumulation of Beta Amyloid proteins results in the deposition of tangles between the axonal regions of brain cells. These depositions can delay or halt the signaling process and due to the loss of function the neurons become weak and the disease progressively leads to loss of neurons and shrinkage of the brain.
Treatment of Alzheimer’s at Cellebration Life Sciences, Inc.
At Cellebration, we have mastered the technology for isolating the maximum number of viable stem cells from either the autologous sources of your own body or allogeneic with the matched donor to treat various patients with Alzheimer’s. We are a licensed, private organization with a highly technologically equipped specialized facility designed to isolate and enrich the viable cell stems which will be infused into the patient. These cells are administered through one of two methods after a considerable analysis of the patient’s unique history and medical professional’s advice.
- Intrathecal Administration: -In this mode, cells are infused in the cerebrospinal fluid through the subarachnoid spaces of the spinal cord.
- 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 targeting area.
Infused back into the body these cells can be repopulated at the damaged parts of the brain. Through their strong paracrine effects, they differentiate into neurons or other damaged supporting cells to improve motor functions in the brain. Thus, with our highly specialized approach, it is now possible to obtain noticeable improvements in patients with Alzheimer’s, inside of symptoms as well as improving functional abilities.