Liver Disease Stem Cell Treatment

The Liver Disease Stem Cell Treatment Consists of the Following:

  • 300 Million Stem Cell IV

  • NAD+ and High Dose Vitamin C IV drip after the stem cells

 

PRICE: $10,890 USD

We require patients to be in town for at least 4 days. Below is what a typical schedule looks like, but exact details are subject to change depending on availability and schedule
  • Day 1 – Arrive and rest
  • Day 2 – Bloodwork & Payment
  • Day 3 – Treatment
  • Day 4 – Fly home
  • If you are in town for more than 4 days then the itinerary may not be all consecutive days

The Liver Disease Stem Cell Treatment at Dream Body Clinic

The Liver Disease Stem Cell Treatment at Dream Body Clinic can help all of the following conditions:

  1. Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD)
  2. Alcoholic liver disease (ALD)
  3. Liver fibrosis
  4. Cirrhosis
  5. Hepatitis C or B virus-induced liver damage
  6. Primary biliary cirrhosis
  7. Primary sclerosing cholangitis
  8. Autoimmune hepatitis.

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How do Mesenchymal Stem Cells Regenerate a Damaged Liver?

Mesenchymal stem cells have the ability to guide regeneration and differentiation of various cell types such as hepatocytes, cholangiocytes, and bile duct cells. This is important for the regeneration of liver tissue and repair of damage.

When mesenchymal stem cells are administered into the body, they migrate towards the site of injury and release various growth factors, anti-inflammatory cytokines, and extracellular matrix proteins, providing a conducive micro-environment for the regeneration and repair of liver cells.

Here are some ways that mesenchymal stem cells can treat liver disease:

  1. Promote regeneration of liver cells: Mesenchymal stem cells have the potential to differentiate into various types of liver cells, such as hepatocytes, cholangiocytes, and bile duct cells. They can promote the regeneration and repair of damaged liver tissue, restoring liver function.

  2. Reduce inflammation: Mesenchymal stem cells have immunomodulatory effects that can suppress harmful immune responses and reduce inflammation caused by liver disease.

  3. Inhibit liver fibrosis: Mesenchymal stem cells can inhibit the activation of liver stellate cells, which are responsible for liver fibrosis. By doing so, they can prevent the progression of liver fibrosis and improve liver function.

  4. Modulate the immune response: Mesenchymal stem cells can modulate the function of immune cells involved in the immune response against liver disease. This can help regulate the immune response, prevent further damage to the liver, and promote liver regeneration and repair.

  5. Increase survival of liver cells: Mesenchymal stem cells can increase the survival of liver cells by releasing growth factors, cytokines, and extracellular matrix proteins, creating a microenvironment that supports liver cell survival and regeneration.

  6. Enhance the efficacy of liver cell transplantation: Mesenchymal stem cells can be used in conjunction with liver cell transplantation to enhance the efficacy of transplantation and improve outcomes.

  7. Reduce oxidative stress: Mesenchymal stem cells can reduce oxidative stress in the liver, which is a common feature of liver disease that can lead to cell damage and inflammation.

  8. Inhibit the activation of liver stellate cells: These are the cells responsible for liver fibrosis

Overall, mesenchymal stem cells offer a highly effective approach for the treatment of liver disease, with the potential to promote liver regeneration and repair, reduce inflammation, and inhibit liver fibrosis.

what Effect do MSCs have on Hepatocytes?

The liver is the only organ that continually regenerates itself throughout our lifetime and hepatocytes are a big part of that. A hepatocyte is a type of cell that forms the majority of the liver tissue. Hepatocytes are highly specialized cells with a number of important functions, including:

  1. Synthesizing and storing proteins, such as albumin and fibrinogen.
  2. Producing and secreting bile, which is necessary for the digestion of fats.
  3. Detoxifying and clearing harmful substances from the blood, such as alcohol, drugs, and toxins.
  4. Metabolizing and storing fats, carbohydrates, and vitamins.
  5. Regulating glucose levels in the blood by synthesizing and storing glycogen.
  6. Secreting and regulating a range of hormones and enzymes involved in metabolism and digestion.

Hepatocytes are constantly regenerating and replenishing themselves, with a high degree of plasticity and versatility. They play a crucial role in maintaining liver function and health, and are the target of many types of liver disease and damage.

Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) can have a positive effect on hepatocytes, including the following:

  1. Promote hepatocyte proliferation: MSCs can promote the proliferation of hepatocytes, encouraging the growth of new liver cells that can replace damaged or diseased cells. This is critical when this process is interrupted by a liver disease or other liver condition.

  2. Support liver function: MSCs can secrete growth factors and cytokines that support liver function, enhancing the ability of hepatocytes to carry out their metabolic and excretory functions.

  3. Stimulate regeneration: MSCs can stimulate the regeneration of liver tissue by recruiting other stem cells and promoting the formation of new blood vessels.

  4. Reduce inflammation: MSCs can reduce inflammation in the liver, which can help protect hepatocytes from further damage.

  5. Protect against oxidative stress: MSCs can protect hepatocytes against oxidative stress, a common feature of liver disease that can lead to cell damage and inflammation.

Overall, MSCs can have a positive effect on hepatocytes by promoting regeneration, supporting liver function, and protecting against a range of harmful factors that can impact their health and viability.

What Effect do MSCs have on Cholangiocytes?

Cholangiocytes are specialized epithelial cells that line the small bile ducts inside the liver and also the large bile ducts outside the liver. They play a crucial role in bile formation and secretion, as well as maintaining bile flow.

Cholangiocytes have several important functions, including:

  1. Secreting bicarbonate: Cholangiocytes secrete bicarbonate, which neutralizes the acidic bile from the liver, helping to prevent damage to the pancreatic ducts and intestine.

  2. Producing and modifying bile: Cholangiocytes can produce components of bile and also modify the composition of bile, which is important for proper digestion and absorption of fats and fat-soluble vitamins.

  3. Regulating bile flow: Cholangiocytes help regulate bile flow by responding to hormonal and neural signals, facilitating the proper transport of bile from the liver to the intestine.

  4. Repairing bile ducts: Cholangiocytes can regenerate and repair bile ducts after injury or damage.

Cholangiocytes are involved in several liver diseases, including cholangiopathies, primary sclerosing cholangitis, and cholangiocarcinoma. Understanding the function of cholangiocytes is important for the development of therapies that target bile duct disorders.

MSCs can have a positive effect on cholangiocytes by promoting their survival, proliferation, and differentiation.

Studies have shown that MSCs can secrete a range of factors that can support cholangiocyte growth and function, including hepatocyte growth factor (HGF), insulin-like growth factor (IGF-1), and vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF). These factors can stimulate cholangiocyte proliferation, protect them from damage, and promote their differentiation into functional bile duct cells.

In addition to their direct effects on cholangiocytes, MSCs can also modulate the immune response in the liver, which can contribute to the development of cholangiopathy and other bile duct disorders. By suppressing harmful immune responses, MSCs can protect cholangiocytes from the inflammatory and immunologic damage that can lead to disease.

Overall, while more research is needed to better understand the effects of MSCs on cholangiocytes, there is growing evidence to suggest that they can offer a range of potential benefits, including promoting cell growth, differentiation, and function, as well as reducing inflammation and preventing further damage.

How do MSCs Inhibit Liver Fibrosis?

Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) can inhibit liver fibrosis through several mechanisms, including the modulation of immune responses, reduction of inflammation, and induction of matrix remodeling. These mechanisms work together to inhibit the activation of hepatic stellate cells, which are the primary cells responsible for fibrosis in the liver.

Here are some ways that MSCs inhibit liver fibrosis:

  1. Modulate immune responses: MSCs can modulate the function of immune cells, such as T-cells, B-cells, and natural killer (NK) cells, which are involved in the immune response against liver fibrosis. By modulating the function of these immune cells, MSCs can regulate the immune response and prevent further damage to the liver.

  2. Reduce inflammation: MSCs have anti-inflammatory properties, which can help reduce the level of inflammation in the liver. Inflammation is a key factor in the development of fibrosis, so reducing inflammation can help prevent further fibrosis.

  3. Induce matrix remodeling: MSCs can induce the remodeling of extracellular matrix proteins, promoting the degradation of fibrotic tissue and the formation of new, healthy tissue.

  4. Secrete growth factors: MSCs secrete a range of growth factors that can stimulate the regeneration of liver cells and inhibit the development of fibrosis. Examples of growth factors produced by MSCs include hepatocyte growth factor (HGF), transforming growth factor-beta (TGF-β), and insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF-1).

By inhibiting liver fibrosis, MSCs can help prevent further damage to the liver and promote the regeneration of healthy liver tissue. Overall, MSCs offer a promising approach for the treatment of liver fibrosis and related liver diseases.

How do MSCs Heal Fatty Liver Disease or Cirrhosis?

Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) promote the healing and regeneration of liver cells and provide a therapeutic approach that can reduce the accumulation of fat in the liver and improve the symptoms of fatty liver disease. They also work well for Cirrhosis.

The precise mechanisms by which MSCs remove fat from the liver and reverse cirrhosis are not well understood, but they are believed to work by several means:

  1. Differentiation: MSCs can guide differentiation of cells such as Hepatobiliary progenitor cells (HPCs), Oval cells or Liver Stem Cells into hepatocytes (liver cells) and cholangiocytes, both of which have a role in metabolism, bile production, and secretion. The differentiation into liver cells can increase the number of liver cells, which helps the liver to function properly and remove excess fat from the liver.

  2. Anti-inflammatory effects: MSCs secrete anti-inflammatory cytokines that can regulate the inflammatory response in the liver, which can cause damage to liver cells and induce the accumulation of fat in the liver.

  3. Immunomodulation effects: MSCs can modulate the immune response in the liver and reduce the release of pro-inflammatory factors that can promote liver damage and inflammation. Inflammation is a key factor in the development of fatty liver disease, so reducing inflammation can result in the reduction of fat accumulation in the liver.

  4. Antioxidant effects: MSCs secrete antioxidants that reduce oxidative stress in the liver, which is a known cause of fatty liver disease. By reducing oxidative stress, MSCs can promote cell regeneration and help the liver to remove excess fat.

Overall, the mechanisms by which MSCs remove fat from the liver are complex and not yet fully understood. However, the evidence suggests that MSCs can provide a promising therapeutic approach to the treatment of fatty liver disease.

Side Effects or Risks

The only side effects that have been documented are the following:

  • 1 in 100 people will experience a slight fever and/or headache for a few hours after treatment or the next day. We have found that 500mg of Tylenol easily resolves this issue.
  • Any treatment involving an injection such as an IV runs a risk of infection. We have never had a patient experience an infection due to our sterility protocols,.
  • We do not treat patients that have had cancer within the past 5 years. There is still no conclusive evidence linking stem cells to make cancer worse, but we prefer to stay on the side of safety until more information is available.

Our lab has over 8 years of experience cultivating mesenchymal stem cells with perfect safety and efficacy. See Stem Cell Certification by Clicking Here

How long do the Liver Disease Stem Cell Treatment Results Last?

The results from the liver disease stem cell treatment can last for years or even indefinitely. This is because the stem cells are creating real cellular regeneration. Any improvement to your liver will last because it is new liver tissue. The stem cells will also reprogram your immune system to work the way it was designed to work. Once the immune cells are reprogrammed and any damage is repaired at the heart then things will work the way they should. This will last because it is real regeneration and not just a pill to cover up symptoms.

The mesenchymal stem cells that are administered via IV will stay in the system for 8 months to a year. During that time they will interact with immune cells and seek out inflammation where they will guide cellular regeneration. After 8 to 12 months any MSCs that are free bound in your system will differentiate into an osteoblast (bone cell), adipocyte (fat cell) or chondrocyte (cartilage cell). They will then contain the donors HLA markers and your immune system will destroy and remove them. This is an easy process for your immune system and there is no negative reaction in your body from it. Some of the MSCs that were free bound from the IV will find capillaries to call home. They will attach and be considered a pericyte. When they do this they can live in your system indefinitely in a beneficial way to your system.

The Liver Disease Stem Cell Treatment is allowing your body to heal like it did when you were a little kid.

How to get the Liver Disease Stem Cell Treatment

In conclusion, the Liver Disease stem cell treatment could be a promising solution for individuals who are facing this condition. The Dream Body Clinic provides personalized treatment plans using stem cells to repair and regenerate damaged tissues of the liver, which may lead to improved increased liver function. While this treatment is not yet widely available, ongoing research suggests that it could be a viable alternative to traditional Liver Disease management methods. If you are interested in learning more about this treatment, we recommend calling us for a free consultation at (307) 461-5393. If you are ready to get the Liver Disease Stem Cell Treatment then click the image below for details on how to book.

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