Stem Cells are the building blocks of the human body and are responsible for cellular and tissue regeneration. Millions of dormant stem cells reside throughout different areas of our body including bone marrow and adipose tissue which can be called to action when needed for repair. Stem cells from other sources such as umbilical cord blood or the placenta can be isolated in a lab and then administered into a patient through IV or direct injections. Once activated, these cells are then drawn to areas of damage, disease, inflammation or trauma with the help of cytokines. Cytokine signaling and intercellular communication allow these stem cells to self-renew, proliferate and unlocks their potential to differentiate into many other specialized cell types that can either replace or regenerate damaged cells. Differentiation of a stem cell then allows for more specialized functions in the body. For example, stem cells may differentiate into chondrocytes which have a specialized function of secreting the cartilage matrix in a patient suffering from osteoarthritis. Stem cell administration may also provide immunomodulatory and anti-inflammatory benefits in addition to their multi-potent differentiation capabilities, which make stem cell therapy a viable option for treating various medical conditions.
Mesenchymal Stem Cells secrete nano-sized, fluid-filled vesicles known as exosomes. These extracellular vesicles contain lipids, proteins, messenger RNA, micro RNA and cytokines that are responsible for cell signaling and intercellular communication. Exosomes also carry important immune and growth factors such as BMP-5, which stimulates bone growth or SCF, the stem cell factor responsible for stem cell and melanocyte growth. These exosomes influence the growth of target cells and play a key role in cellular and tissue regeneration by communicating and stimulating site-specific and tissue specific resident stem cells. Exosome therapy may also provide strong immunomodulatory and anti-inflammatory effects in the body, making it a viable treatment option for patients with progressive auto-immune or degenerative diseases. Exosomes hold great promise in the future of both diagnostics and therapeutic applications for age management, wellness and various diseases with minimal risks or adverse effects. Here at Brexo Bio, our medical staff and network of physicians offer a comprehensive stem cell therapy or stem cell derived exosome therapies customized to fit your specific medical needs.
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Stem cell therapy offers no guarantees and is not promoted as a cure. This is similar to many other conventional medical treatments. A review of the patient's medical history is required to determine eligibility and approval for stem cell therapy. Any personal information provided is for internal and medical use with our medical providers only. Brexo Bio is headquartered in San Diego, California and is a resource company and provider network. Brexo Bio is not a stem cell treatment facility or surgical center. Treatments are not conducted in our offices or in the U.S. since these advanced therapies are not yet approved by the FDA. Most cell therapies are conducted in Mexico, as it is regulated and approved by COFEPRIS and other local authorities. All treatments are performed within the legal limits and regulatory framework for the country in which the specific medical provider practices.
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