The Multiple Sclerosis Stem Cell Treatment Consists of the Following:
300 Million Stem Cell IV
50 Million Stem Cells via Intrathecal Injection
NAD+ and High Dose Vitamin C IV drip after the stem cell IV
PRICE: $12,900 USD
- Day 1: Arrive and Rest
- Day 2: Bloodwork, Payment and take MSCs out of cultivation
- Day 3: Treatment – Takes about 2.5 hours
- Day 4: Rest
- Day 5: Fly Home
Multiple Sclerosis Stem Cell Treatment at Dream Body Clinic
Welcome to Dream Body Clinic, where your health and wellness are our top priority. We are excited to offer a cutting-edge treatment for multiple sclerosis (MS) using mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs).
Our innovative MS treatment program is designed to help those suffering from this debilitating condition live a better quality of life. MSCs are capable of regenerating damaged and diseased cells in the body, allowing for the natural healing and regeneration of the nervous system and immune system.
Our team of experienced doctors and healthcare professionals offers a personalized and comprehensive treatment plan for MS patients. Our treatments involve the safe and effective administration of MSCs to improve symptoms, promote remyelination, and protect the nervous system from further damage.
At Dream Body Clinic, we pride ourselves on offering the highest level of patient care and attention. Our staff is available to answer any questions and address any concerns you may have throughout the treatment process. We understand that living with MS can be challenging, and we are committed to providing our patients with the best possible care and support.
Our MS stem cell treatment program offers a number of benefits, including:
- Improved symptoms, including reduced inflammation, decreased fatigue, and increased mobility and balance
- Promotion of remyelination, leading to the regeneration of damaged myelin sheath
- Stimulation of neuroprotection, promoting the survival and regrowth of neural tissue
- Personalized treatment plans tailored to each patient’s unique needs and medical history
- Safe and effective administration of MSCs by experienced professionals
At Dream Body Clinic, we believe that everyone deserves a chance at a healthy and fulfilling life. Our MS stem cell treatment program offers a promising new option for those suffering from this disease. We invite you to learn more about our treatment options and schedule a consultation with our healthcare professionals today.
Let us help you take the first steps towards a healthier and happier life. Contact us at Dream Body Clinic today for more information about our MS stem cell treatment program.
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How to Mesenchymal Stem Cells work for Multiple Sclerosis Treatment?
Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) have been shown miraculous therapeutic effects in the treatment of multiple sclerosis (MS). These specialized cells are capable of self-renewal and guiding several types of cells that can be used to replace damaged or diseased cells in the body.
In MS, the immune system attacks the myelin sheath that covers nerve fibers, leading to the breakdown of communication between the brain and other parts of the body. MSCs can help to repair this damage by promoting the regeneration of myelin and other neural tissues. They have also been shown to modulate the immune system, reducing inflammation and providing a protective environment for the nervous system.
Research studies have demonstrated that MSCs can reduce or eliminate MS symptoms and improve functional outcomes in both animal models and humans. The use of MSCs for MS treatment is still in its early stages, but preliminary results at clinics like Dream Body Clinic are helping many patients to heal and some to even be in full remission!
How do Mesenchymal Stem Cells Regenerate Myelin Sheath in Multiple Sclerosis?
Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) have the potential to regenerate myelin sheath in multiple sclerosis (MS) by promoting a process known as remyelination. This process involves the repair and regeneration of damaged or destroyed myelin sheath, which is essential for the proper functioning of the nervous system.
MSCs can guide various types of cells, including oligodendrocytes, which are the cells responsible for producing myelin sheath. Once injected into the body, the mesenchymal stem cells migrate to the site of the damaged tissue and start generating new myelin-forming cells. MSCs can also produce growth factors and other signaling molecules that stimulate the growth and differentiation of endogenous oligodendrocytes, leading to remyelination in damaged areas.
In addition to direct remyelination, MSCs may play a supportive role in the regeneration process by modulating immune responses and reducing inflammation in the nervous system. By creating a conducive environment for remyelination, MSCs can enhance the healing process and improve the symptoms of MS.
While the precise mechanisms of MSC-mediated remyelination in MS are still under investigation, preclinical and clinical studies have shown promising results and results at Dream Body Clinic are confirming this.
How do Mesenchymal Stem Cells Regenerate Neural Tissues?
How do Mesenchymal Stem Cells Protect the Nervous System?
Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) can protect the nervous system through several mechanisms. The nervous system is a complex network of neurons and supporting cells that perform a wide variety of critical functions, such as sensory perception, movement control, and cognitive processing. Many neurological disorders and injuries can damage the nervous system, leading to impaired functioning and various symptoms. MSCs can provide protection to the nervous system in the following ways:
Anti-inflammatory action: Inflammatory responses can cause damage to the nervous system, especially in chronic conditions such as multiple sclerosis. MSCs have been shown to reduce inflammation by suppressing the activity of immune cells that contribute to inflammation and promoting the activity of anti-inflammatory immune cells. By decreasing inflammation, MSCs can help to protect the nervous system from damage.
Anti-apoptotic action: Apoptosis, or programmed cell death, can occur due to a wide variety of causes, such as chronic inflammation, oxidative stress, or injury. Apoptosis of nervous system cells can lead to widespread damage and symptoms. MSCs have been shown to reduce apoptosis by increasing the production of molecules that support cell survival.
Promotion of angiogenesis: Angiogenesis is the process by which new blood vessels are formed. Blood vessels are essential for supplying oxygen and nutrients to nervous system cells. MSCs can promote angiogenesis, which helps to maintain the health and functioning of nervous system cells.
Immunomodulatory activity: Along with their anti-inflammatory activity, MSCs can also modulate immune responses. This immunomodulatory activity can help to protect the nervous system by reducing the activity of immune cells that can cause damage and increasing the activity of cells that support healing and regeneration.
In summary, MSCs can protect the nervous system by decreasing inflammation, reducing apoptosis, promoting angiogenesis, and modulating immune responses. These properties make MSCs the best therapy for neurological conditions like MS.
How do the Mesenchymal Stem Cells Help Immunomodulation in Multiple Sclerosis?
Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) can provide immunomodulatory effects in multiple sclerosis (MS) patients by regulating the activity of immune cells that contribute to inflammation and neural damage. The immune system plays a crucial role in MS development, as there is a breakdown of the immune cells begin to attack and damage myelin and nerve cells. So we have to fix the immune system to keep the neural damage from occurring again. The stem cells do this by essentially reprogramming the immune system to stop attacking the spinal cord and brain and instead protect them as they were designed to do.
Here are some ways in which MSCs help with immunomodulation in MS:
Suppression of pro-inflammatory proteins: In MS, the immune system recognizes specific proteins in the nervous system as foreign and attacks them. MSCs can suppress the production of specific pro-inflammatory proteins by the immune system, such as tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-α), interferon-gamma (IFN-γ), and interleukin-1 beta (IL-1β), which can cause tissue damage in MS.
Induction of immunosuppressive molecules: MSCs can release molecules such as interleukin 10 (IL-10), transforming growth factor-beta (TGF-β), and prostaglandin E2 (PGE2), which have immunosuppressive properties. IL-10 can suppress the activation and proliferation of immune cells, TGF-β regulates the immune response and restores self-tolerance, and PGE2 can reduce inflammation and stimulate regeneration.
Modifying the activity of regulatory T cells: MSCs can induce the activity of a type of immune cell called regulatory T cells (Tregs). Tregs play a crucial role in protecting against autoimmunity by suppressing the activation and proliferation of immune cells that recognize normal tissues as foreign.
Promoting the release of anti-inflammatory factors: In response to inflammation, MSCs can produce and release various anti-inflammatory factors, cytokines, and growth factors. These factors can reduce inflammation, stimulate neuroprotective processes, and support the survival of nervous system cells.
Overall, MSCs can help to modulate the immune system of MS patients by reducing inflammation, promoting the release of anti-inflammatory factors, inducing the activity of Tregs, and suppressing the activity of pro-inflammatory proteins. These effects of MSCs can help to reduce the severity of MS symptoms, slow down or even stop disease progression, and provide neuroprotection.
How does the Interleukin 10 Released by MSCs Help Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms?
Interleukin 10 (IL-10) is an anti-inflammatory cytokine that is released by mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) and plays a crucial role in the treatment of multiple sclerosis (MS). MS is a neuroinflammatory and autoimmune disorder characterized by widespread inflammation and demyelination of the central nervous system. IL-10 acts by modulating the immune response in MS through various ways, which include:
Reduction of inflammation: IL-10 can suppress the activity of pro-inflammatory immune cells, such as T-cells and macrophages, which attack the nervous system in MS. By inhibiting the production of these inflammatory mediators, IL-10 can help to reduce inflammation in the nervous system and prevent damage to the myelin sheath.
Modulation of T-cell activity: IL-10 can alter the activity of T-cells in MS patients by inducing regulatory T cells (Tregs). Tregs play a critical role in maintaining immune tolerance by inhibiting the activation of dendritic cells and other immune cells. This modulation can prevent the immune system from attacking the nervous system and causing damage to the myelin sheath.
Promoting neuroprotection: IL-10 can stimulate the production of neuroprotective factors, such as nerve growth factor (NGF) and brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), which can protect the cells of the central nervous system and stimulate their growth and regeneration.
Induction of anti-inflammatory cytokine production: IL-10 can promote the production of other anti-inflammatory cytokines, such as IL-4 and IL-13, which can provide additional immunoregulatory benefits.
Overall, the production of IL-10 by MSCs can help to reduce inflammation, promote neuroprotection and stimulate the production of other immunoregulatory cytokines. MS patients treated with MSCs that release IL-10 have shown improvements in their symptomatic relief, and it is a big part in stem cell therapy for the treatment of multiple sclerosis.
How do the induced Tregs from Mesenchymal Stem Cells help Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms?
Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) have the ability to induce the formation of regulatory T cells (Tregs) as a part of their immunomodulatory response to multiple sclerosis (MS). Tregs are a type of immune cell that plays a crucial role in regulating the immune system and suppressing autoimmune responses in the body. Here are some ways in which Tregs induced by MSCs can help to alleviate MS symptoms:
Suppressing inflammation: Tregs can suppress inflammation by inhibiting the activity of pro-inflammatory T cells such as T-helper 1 (Th1) and T-helper 17 (Th17) cells, thus helping to reduce inflammation in the nervous system and prevent damage to the myelin sheath.
Regulatory function: Tregs can regulate the immune system and restore self-tolerance by inhibiting the activation of dendritic cells and other immune cells that may initiate or maintain an autoimmune response.
Reducing immune-mediated damage: Tregs can reduce immune-mediated damage to the nervous system by suppressing the activity of T cells that attack myelin and other neural tissues.
Promoting neuroprotection: Tregs can stimulate the production of neuroprotective factors, such as nerve growth factor (NGF) and brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), which can protect the cells in the nervous system and promote their growth and regeneration.
Inhibiting tissue destruction: Tregs can also inhibit tissue destruction and nerve cell death in MS patients by inhibiting the release of pro-inflammatory cytokines such as interferon-gamma (IFN-γ).
Overall, Tregs induced by MSCs can help to restore immune balance, reduce inflammation, and protect and regenerate the nerves in the nervous system in MS patients. The ability of MSCs to induce the formation of Tregs is an amazing therapeutic approach for the treatment of MS.
MS Stem Cell Therapy Patient Case Study
The first patient to do our original MS Stem Cell Treatment protocl with the 300 Million Stem Cell IV plus 5 sessions of Nebulized Stem cells delivered via nebulization was performed in May of 2019. This patient came to us with brain fog so severe that he couldn’t even go fishing without issue. He came to us based on our previous success treating MS with just the IV protocol. We updated to adding the nebulized stem cells to get as many stem cells directly to the brain as possible in the least invasive way. The following information lends credence to this assessment.
This patient was 30 years old at the time of his diagnosis. You will see below the MRI of his brain that confirmed this diagnosis. Below that is his newest brain MRI which was done December 31st of 2019 which was 7 months after his MS Stem Cell Treatment at Dream Body Clinic. He also had MRI’s done on this Thoracic and Cervical Spine to look for lesions or signs of MS. Both of these MRI’s showed no signs of lesions or signs of MS. The patient is doing amazing now and has decided to come back this May for a 100 Million IV not to treat anything, but because he does not want to see his multiple sclerosis symptoms return and has determined this is the best preventative measure.
This is the 1 Year After Video follow up to the patient who’s data is above
Mesenchymal Stem Cells for Multiple Sclerosis Studies
- Cell-based therapeutic strategies for multiple sclerosis
- Adipose-derived mesenchymal stem cells (AdMSC) for the treatment of secondaryprogressive multiple sclerosis: A triple blinded, placebo controlled, randomized phase I/II safety and feasibility study
- Safety and efficacy of stem cell therapy for treatment of neural damage in patients with multiple sclerosis
- Autologous Mesenchymal Stem Cell Transplantation in Multiple Sclerosis: A Meta-Analysis
- Intranasally Administered Human MSC-Derived Extracellular Vesicles Pervasively Incorporate into Neurons and Microglia in both Intact and Status Epilepticus Injured Forebrain
- Therapeutic Application of Mesenchymal Stem Cells Derived Extracellular Vesicles for Immunomodulation
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,.
- 1 in about 30 patients will experience some lower back pain near the intrathecal injection site. It typically lasts a few hours to a few days before fully dissipating. We provide tramacet to all patients as a way to deal with this if it occurs.
- 1 in about 30 patients will experience a migraine like headache and sometimes nausea with it from the intrathecal treatment. In most cases taking 1 tramacet will relieve these side effects. In some cases the headache can last a few hours to a few days. We provide tramacet to all patients just in case to deal with this.
- A very small percentage of patients for this treatment will be non-responders. As with any medication or treatment there is always a chance of no change. Tylenol does not always fix a headache as an example.
- 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 Multiple Sclerosis Stem Cell Treatment Results Last?
The results from the the multiple sclerosis stem cell treatment can last for years or even indefinitely. This is because the stem cells are reprogramming 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 spinal cord or nerves 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 Multiple Sclerosis Stem Cell Treatment is allowing your body to heal like it did when you were a little kid. There are a lot of other benefits outside of just fixing your brain lesions or spinal cord lesions such as anti-aging. Click Here for An in depth look at how the stem cell IV works for Anti-Aging
How to get the Multiple Sclerosis Stem Cell Treatment
In conclusion, the multiple sclerosis 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 damage to the brain and spinal cord which may lead to improved mobility and relief of symptoms. While this treatment is not yet widely available, ongoing research suggests that it is a viable alternative to traditional multiple sclerosis management methods. If you are interested in learning more about this treatment, we recommend calling us for a free consultation at (833) 445-9089. If you are ready to get the MS Stem Cell Treatment then click the image below for details on how to book.