The Lung Institute is a research facility designed to fill the missing links with stem cell medicated capabilities. This institute is a key tool for people who have been diagnosed with life-threatening conditions such as COPD, emphysema, lung disease, and pulmonary fibrosis just to name a few. The Lung Institute helps these patients by not only offering treatment plans but also blood and bone marrow treatments. But how do these treatment plans work in conjunction to stem cell research?
While being treated by the Lung Institute, patients undergo a tri-stage process which includes removing stem cells from the body during the blood and bone marrow treatments. How does this tri-stage process work? More information on stem cell treatment available at lunginstitute.com.
- A sample of stem cells is extracted from the patient
- The stem cells are separated from each other for extensive research
- The repaired cells are placed into the patient to concentrate on healing the infectious areas
Believe it or not, the treatment starts within a few heartbeats. After the stem cells are placed in the patient’s blood stream, the cells are pushed through the heart and into each lung. From there on, the real treatment begins.
As of today, there are only 5 states that qualify for the Lung Institute’s stem cell treatment plan. These states include Tampa, Nashville, Scottsdale, Pittsburg, and Dallas. However, even if the patient is accepted in the program a multitude of factors contribute to the success of treatment such as the current stage of condition and what treatment plans have already been conducted.
Even though people have questioned the Lung Institute’s lack of scientific evidence there are hundreds of reviews of patients that have not only benefited from the program but recommend it to other people. And the company has just recently celebrated its 1000th patient to successfully benefit from the program.