Stem Cell Therapy for COPD
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease COPD is a disease that affects the lungs, causing difficulty in breathing and poor airflow to patients. It can gradually worsen over time and typically impacts people over age 40. Smoking is the most common cause of this disease. Whereas a bronchodilator may help patients with asthma, it is not effective for COPD patients.
Until recently the medical community could not indicate a cure for COPD. Many patients would be prescribed medications that would calm some symptoms while bringing adverse side effects to patients. There have been many clinical studies in recent years and many more patients that can confirm that stem cell therapy is a probable cure for COPD. Compared to traditional treatment, patients who have sought stem cell therapy reach the blessed scenario: no sign of disease (NSD).
You will find data here from testimonials of fellow patients and their positive outcomes. We invite you to see further details about this treatment from clinics that have already treated many patients and continue to show positive results.
Stem cell therapy for COPD has been practiced overseas for years and continues to bring positive outcomes to families dealing with COPD. You will find on our website clinics that use this treatment and can better answer your questions regarding this procedure and how it impacts your health.
Stem Cell Therapy Adoption
Data obtained from Clinical Trials