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ISC vs Stem Cells

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How Is ISC Different From Stem Cell Therapy?

Although stem cell treatment is hugely marketed and vastly popular, very little is known on its exact therapeutic mechanism. It is a given that it will only benefit the patient if the healing process can progress into the repair stage before the stem cells could be of any use. However for patients with chronic inflammation or lacking the stimulus to start the healing process within the immune system, injecting stem cells without understanding the entire process will show very minimal results. The stem cells would not be able to perform its job if the healing process is inhibited.

ISC therapy is different because we understand the healing process entirely and the therapy is specifically designed to ensure firstly the modulation of the immune system would provide the right cellular signaling for the progress to the repair stage is initiated and maximized. BloomMed’s ISC solution is much more effective because compared to conventional therapies, it targets the source of the issue. This, in turn, would optimize the efficacy of the stem cells.

However, there is an abundant amount of stem cell in the human body available for use and even more in the bone marrow readily to be produced and distributed throughout the body. There hasn’t been a case where regular blood donation has caused someone to run out of blood and suffered premature death. Our bone marrow harness all the stem cells responsible for producing and replenishing lost blood and stem cells that are required by the body. A typical stem cell procedure is by sourcing our stem cells from our fat through liposuction or from our bone marrow, which is then introduced back to the body. But why? Instead, we should be asking the question of why the body isn’t utilizing the stem cells that are already available in our body.

Stem cells are activated by M2 macrophage, which happens in the proliferation (repair) stage of the healing process. When a patient is suffering from chronic inflammation caused by cellular desynchronization, autoimmune or an under-reacting immune system, the healing process is halted at the inflammatory stage and could not progress into proliferation (repair) stage. That is why diseases with an underlying immune unbalance problem have limited benefit from stem cell therapy.

With ISC therapy’s immune-regulating properties, the immune system will enable the progression of healing, to activate and utilize the stem cells that are readily available in the body to be used for repair.

ISC THERAPY

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    Mechanism: Cell Signaling and Cellular Regeneration

    Focused on cellular regeneration via optimal cell signaling communication and the inmmuno-regulation to boost the cell proliferation stage within the healing process for self-repair and tissue regeneration.

     

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    Delivers the KEY to Unlock the Cell Regenerative Capacity

    It activates and boosts the healing process within the immune system and maintains its therapeutic efficacy right till the end of the cellular regeneration process.

     

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    Regenerative Potential of Fibrocytes

    Similar functionality as a stem cell in the form of a fibrocyte – the potential to differentiate into different cell types to promote tissue regeneration. Fibrocytes have stem-like characteristics that transform into fibroblast when entering the local tissue. Fibroblasts and mesenchymal stem cells are two sides of the same coin; both provide crucial materials in cellular restructuring and tissue regeneration.

STEM CELLS THERAPY

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    Mechanism: Cell Regeneration Capacity

    Focused on the cell differentiation ability and the number of stem cells counts administered for its efficacy.

     

     

     

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    Precondition Requirements Needed

    Latest scientific discoveries indicate that it requires the initiation of the healing process before the stem cells could do their job. This development brings to light why some of the stem cell therapy could not be effective.

     

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    Subjected to Stem Cells Type

    Dependent on the type of stem cells used.

Differences Between Immuno-Therapy, Stem Cell Therapy & ISC Therapy.

Immune Signaling Cells (ISC) differs from stem cell because ISC therapy is designed to firstly address the source of the health issue leading to optimising the healing process right till the end. The ISC solution is much more effective with its immuno-regulating properties, that will enable the progression of healing, to activate and utilize  the stem cells that are available in the body for repair. ISC therapy delivers the entire spectrum of the regenerative medicine paradigm while stem cell therapy only initiates part of this spectrum. In short, ISC is the precursor to stem cell therapy. Immunotherapy on the other hand is targeted on the immunity front and only treat the symptom instead of the overall root cause unlike the ISC. ISC advantage over both immunotherapy and stem cell therapy is in its capacity to deliver both the benefits of immunotherapy enhancement and stem cell therapy’s regenerative efficacy independently.

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