Intorduction to Cell Therapy

When Dr. Alexis Carrel (Nobel Prize Laureate for Medicine 1912) found that his cell cultures were becoming old and at the point of dying, he would add fresh cells; these cultures were «revitalized» and started again to grow. Dr. Carrel proved that fetal or juvenile cells contain the capacity to grow and have a potent regenerative factor on older cells.

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Cell Therapy Applications

Cell therapy, individual cells and smaller cell- organizations derived from sheep embryo, are incorporated into natural, body-friendly solutions and then are injected into the patients. Biochemical substances of fetal organisms, such as cell and cell blocks, will improve the defective organ or body deterioration of the aging patient through the injection.

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The Pioneer of Cell Therapy

In 1953, Prof. Dr. Paul Niehans becomes the spotlight at the Germany Endocrinology Congress when he released detail of his work and the spectacular success of his therapy. He becomes world known, and was honored in the medical field as “Father of Cell Therapy”

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The Father of Modern Cell Therapy

Numerous scientific meetings with Prof. Dr. Paul Niehans in 1970s.Prof. Dr. Albert Landsberger demonstrated that the injected animal protein molecules have an affinity with the mesenchym organ, which means that they are coded to follow the blood stream to the desired organ.

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