Stem cells have an innate property that attracts them to inflammation in the body. Studies have shown that stem cells can regenerate damaged or diseased tissues, reduce inflammation and modulate the immune system promoting better health and quality of life.
Supplementing the body with a high amount of new stem cells can boost a patient’s ability to fight inflammation and reduce symptoms caused by autoimmune disorders.
The results of stem cell transplants for autoimmune diseases, such as lupus, have been largely positive. In one trial of 200 participants, 75% benefited from the treatment. This is higher than the current success rate of standard lupus medications. The effects were still present over 24 months following treatment, and there were very rare adverse reactions, with no reported severe reactions.
Stem cell treatment for lupus presents patients with a safe, natural, long-term solution to managing their symptoms. It also presents an option to avoid the plethora of potentially harmful medications otherwise required for maintaining a normal lifestyle.