Stem Cell Therapy

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Stem Cell Therapy for Lyme Disease

Stem-cell therapy is the use of stem cells to treat a disease. Usually bone marrow transplant is  used for stem-cell therapy, but some therapies derived from umbilical cord blood are also in use.

According to Stem-Aid , a medical treatment center that does Embryonic Stem Cell Therapy, “The injection of embryonic stem cells (ESC) has the immediate effect of strengthening the immune system. The first benefit from the stem cell treatment is the increased capacity of the body to defend itself from the pathogen invasion. The second level of benefit is usually observed after a minimum of 3 injections when the different organs that have been damaged by the disease start to show signs of repair.”

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Disclaimer: As with any Lyme disease or other chronic illness treatments, there are good experiences and bad experiences. We at whatislyme.com do not promote or endorse any treatments. We are just collecting data and experiences and bringing them to you to help you start researching and educating yourself. We hope this information will help you and your medical provider find the right healing tools for you.

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