Auto-Immune Disease

Stem Cells For Auto-Immune Disease

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How Is Auto-Immune Disease Treated Today?

The current protocol to deal with any auto-immune condition is a very “symptom” based approach. Doctors may prescribe a mixture of steroids and/or medications designed to up regulate or down regulate a patient’s immune system. This is done to manage the symptoms of the given disease.

While some patients do experience relief, they may be caught in a constant cycle of seeking stronger and stronger medication(s); hoping for minimal side effects. Unfortunately, the reaction to medications used to treat the disease, is sometimes as bad as the original ailment.

Stem Cell Therapy For Autoimmune Disease

Hypoxic Mesenchymal Stem Cells, in particular, seems to have the greatest potential for healing. When injected intravenously, they are drawn to inflamed tissue and produce an anti-inflammatory response. In addition to this, mesenchymal stem cells are involved in the production of T-regulatory cells. These cells fortify the body against immunological self-attack.

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CPI Auto-Immune Disease Protocol

All of the treatments offered at CPI are tailored to the individual patient’s wants and needs. Our facility has over 40+ years of experience and research with CHIPSA Hospital treating cancer and auto-immune conditions. 

A sample treatment plan may look like: 

  • IV NAD+
  • IV Hypoxic Mesenchymal Stem Cells
  • Meyers IV
  • PEMF 
  • IV Ozone 
  • Hyperbaric Oxygen 

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