+38 (067) 242 82 22

+38 (067) 242 82 22

FAQ


We answer the most frequently asked questions.

  • When will I see the results after stem cell therapy?

    The treatment strategy is individual for each patient and depends on the nature of the disease, the patient's age, and comorbidities. It is difficult to predict the results of stem cell therapy accurately. For some patients, certain improvement is seen after a few weeks, for some only after 3-6 months. There may still be cases without significant changes.

  • What are the possible side effects of stem cell injections?

    About 90% of patients don't experience any discomfort after receiving the stem cells, except for pain during the injection. Approximately 10% of cases may cause fever, headache, nausea. However, such symptoms do not last longer than three days and usually disappear within 24 hours.

  • Can stem cells provoke tumor development?

    Stem cells isolated from adult tissue samples or extraembryonic tissues are not tumorigenic. Hundreds of preclinical and clinical studies have confirmed this fact. However, the patient's existing oncology is a contraindication to stem cell therapy.

  • When can I return to normal life after the stem cell transplant?

    The stem cell injection procedure is completely safe and does not require staying in the hospital, so you can return home the same day.

  • How will the immune system react to the introduction of donor stem cells?

    MSCs don't cause an immune response even in the case of allogeneic transplantation because they don't carry on the surface of MHC class II molecules, which are the main inducer of rejection. In support of this fact, donor MSCs have been approved to treat graft-versus-host disease in Canada and New Zealand.

  • Can one type of stem cell treat any disease?

    No, it can not. We take each particular disease into account to choose the type of stem cells that will be most efficient.