Cell therapy is the transplantation of human or animal cells to replace or repair damaged tissue. The purpose of cell therapy is to introduce cells into the body that will grow and replace damaged tissue. Cell therapy differs from conventional stem cell therapy in that the cells injected into the body in cell therapy are already differentiated (e. g., muscle cells, gland cells), whereas conventional stem cell therapy utilizes undifferentiated, usually embryonic cells. Cell therapy has long been used by alternative medicine practitioners who have claimed great benefits; however these have not been replicated by conventional medical practitioners.
Immune cell therapy is a cutting edge treatment procedure and is one of the treatment protocols applied in the fight against malignancies as well as immune deficiency diseases. In addition, in principle, it appears very promising for general body revitalization, particularly after the age of 50 years. Aging and premature signs of aging can appear early in life, if that person is facing many debilitating challenges. These challenges may be mental, physical, economic, social, infections or any other stresses. Many unhealthy changes occur in our body and the immune system starts losing its momentum. Immune cells are not produced with reference to requirements. These challenges can be minimized by giving an external assist to the body in the form of immune cell therapy. This is a reliable treatment and revitalizes the body effectively.
Let's be aware that cell therapy is practiced every day all over the world. Blood transfusion and the transfusion of various other blood components, such as red blood cells, white blood cells, blood platelets, is actually a form of cell therapy where the acceptance has been uniformly widespread. Less commonly, implant of the cells of the thymus have been utilized – essentially without as much as a wink of an eye by the conventional medical authorities.
Cell therapy is actually an implantation by injection of xenogenic (of animal origin) fetal or juvenile suspensions of cells or tissues in a physiological solution. No one knows exactly how cell therapy works. Basically, cell therapy is transplanting an organ; but instead of actually transplanting an organ, you are transplanting the cells of an organ. The transplanted cells then it's claimed somehow bring about the revitalization of their corresponding organs.
We do not know all that there is yet to know about cell therapy. But we do know that...