If you or a loved one is living with diabetes then you may already be aware its debilitating effects.

Diabetes is often called the “silent killer” because it attacks the body slowly and stealthily. Newly diagnosed diabetic patients are usually not overly concerned about it since their symptoms are often no more serious than frequent urination and increased thirst. Many other patients have no symptoms at all.

However, as time goes by, the consequences of both types of diabetes become increasingly serious and can lead to death. These include heart disease, eye problems, kidney failure, nerve damage and erectile dysfunction, to name a few. Major contributors to the degenerative effects of diabetes are hyperglycemia (high blood sugar) and hypoglycemic events (acute low blood sugar). Recent studies suggest that even some oral diabetes medications contribute to heart failure. Thus, it is critical that men and women who are diagnosed with diabetes seek treatment to reduce hyperglycemia and hypoglycemic events that will, in time, trigger these dangerous, degenerative conditions.

Our innovative, autologous (originating from your own body) bone marrow concentrate with stem cells therapy for diabetes I and II does just that – drug free. It fights diabetes at its roots, reducing hyperglycemia and its associated complications (see above). Recent evidence suggests that it also reduces hypoglycemic (low blood sugar) events that can result in death if not treated promptly.

Diabetes patients are usually treated by injecting cultured stem cell concentrate into the patient’s blood stream or for severe conditions into the pancreatic area under ultrasound control or intravenous.

Diabetes type 1

Diabetes type 1 happens when the part of the pancreas that makes insulin is destroyed by that person’s own immune system. When a person does not make insulin, glucose – sugar – in the blood cannot get into the parts of the body that need sugar to live. In order to live, a person with diabetes type 1 must take insulin for the rest of their life. They also need to check the amount of sugar in their blood many times each day. Type 1 diabetes happens most of the time in younger people; however it can occur in adults, although this is much less common.

Diabetes type 2

Diabetes type 2, the person makes insulin, but either the insulin does not work in that person’s body as it should, or they do not make enough to process the glucose. When insulin does not work as it should, glucose (sugar) in the blood cannot get into the parts of the body that need sugar.  Diabetes type 2 happens most of the time in an older person who is overweight.

Symptoms of Diabetes:

Diabetes 1

  • Frequent urination
  • Unusual thirst
  • Extreme hunger
  • Unusual weight loss
  • Extreme fatigue and Irritability

Diabetes 2 *

  • Any of the type 1 symptoms
  • Frequent infections
  • Blurred vision
  • Cuts/bruises that are slow to heal
  • Tingling/numbness in the hands/feet
  • Recurring skin, gum, or bladder infections

*Often people with type 2 diabetes have no symptoms

Pancreatic cell concentrate for treatment of Diabetes type 1 & type 2

Diabetes is a disease where people do not have enough insulin in their blood, or their body has a problem using the insulin they do have. Glucose is not regular sugar that is available in stores and supermarkets. Diabetes mellitus is a disease where people do not have enough insulin in their blood or their body has a problem using the insulin they do have. Glucose level in the blood is controlled by several hormones.

 Diabetes Stem Cell Treatment

Diabetes patients are usually treated by injecting the stem cells into bloodstream via IV or into the pancreatic artery via catheter. Patients who cannot safely undergo the catheterization procedure may elect to receive the stem cells intravenously. Both methods are outpatient procedures that require patients to stay 10-14 nights in total.