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You are eligible as long as you have a pre-approved illness or physical condition where stem cells have proven to be of clinical benefit. During your complimentary medical assessment with our physician, we will discuss the details of your eligibility.

Is your facility certified for regenerative medicine and/or stem cell therapy?

RejuvStem clinics have all the necessary medical licenses for research, development, and application of treatments of any cellular origin:

Progenitor or Stem Cell Bank (authorization for the production of any lineage of cells).

Regenerative Medicine (authorization for the application of cell treatments)
Dissemination of information (authorization for the dissemination of specialized information on the Internet)
This is a direct link to the portal of the Ministry of Health, where the registration of the licenses: httpsss://bit.ly/RCGPermisosCofeprisCBCells

First, no professional and reputable medical facility can guarantee any specific outcome. Every case is different, and it depends on how the patient’s body responds to the treatment. For this reason, in order for our specialist to decide if you are a good candidate for a stem cell treatment, it is of great importance to first know all about your particular case. This involves the study of all your medical records, laboratory results, and other types of information that will help the specialist make the most accurate decision. Not all patients qualify, and we will only treat patients whom we feel will truly benefit from our therapy. Our recommendations are based on published studies and clinical experience with previous patients. The goal is to improve your health and life quality through the use of stem cells. The procedure is considered minimally invasive and could help achieve the desired effect by supporting another medical treatment or as a unique treatment. Finally, as part of the process, we first offer a letter of informed consent, where we specify all the positive and negative effects that you might get as a result of the treatment. This way, we can help you make a decision about whether to receive the treatment or not.
There are basically four types of stem cells that hold the potential to ease human suffering. Embryonic, induced pluripotent, adult, and umbilical stem cells At RejuvStem, we only use ethical, consensual, and adult umbilically derived (hUCMSC) or Watson’s jelly mesenchymal stem cells (WJ-MSCs). We do not use embryonic stem cells derived from embryos that are about one week old. Researchers are interested in embryonic stem cells because they are new cells and can be easily manipulated to become virtually any type of cell or blood type. However, in order to harvest these stem cells, the embryo is usually destroyed. As Christians, we know that embryos are human life, and it is morally reprehensible to justify the killing of an embryo for any reason. Another type of cell is called induced pluripotent stem cells, often referred to as IPS, which are ethically harvested without destroying human life. IPS cells are usually taken from the skin because they are easy to harvest. These adult cells are then mixed with retroviruses, which cause the adult cells to revert back to stem cells. Research has shown that these stem cells act like embryonic stem cells because they can also differentiate from all other cell and blood types. Since the process requires the cells to be manipulated or induced to reach the stem cell state, they are referred to as induced stem cells. Additionally, with their capability of differentiating from all other cell types, they are also considered pluripotent. We do not use these cells because they have been known to cause or further develop into cancer cells.
In most cases, procedures are made the same day unless the physician has health concerns for a previously diagnosed illness that can be kept for observation and monitoring. Our facility is conveniently located inside a fully functioning, fully certified, and accredited private hospital, which makes any observation and monitoring very simple.
In general, cell therapy with allogenic Wharton’s jelly-derived mesenchymal stem cells (WJ-MSCs) has been tolerated in other research studies on many other pathology treatments, diseases, and/or disorders on an international level. There is no immune response or rejection with these cells. About 30% of our patients do experience mild flu-like symptoms, a low-grade fever, and body aches for 24-48 hours after treatment. Although it is possible with any medical procedure that an adverse effect could be presented, we take every possible measure to avoid issues.
We abide by stricter patient confidentiality rights and apply US HIPPA and Mexican HIPPA standards. You have a right to your privacy, and all information obtained in connection with your treatment that can be related to you by name will be maintained anonymously. Your name will not be revealed in any of the reports or publications used in this treatment without your consent.
Because every patient’s body is different, we can’t guarantee what results you might get after treatment or how long it will take your body to show changes. Most of our patients start to notice positive results the first few days after treatment or even 1 to 3 months after the treatment, but it can take up to 3 to 6 months for your body to show results. As part of our continuing care, we encourage adding physical therapy, healthy nutrition, and a positive attitude. We also recommend continuing to work closely with your primary or referring physician for post-therapy care.