Treating Lung Diseases Through the use of Stem Cell Therapy

The stem cell therapy is a form of treatment that uses stem cells found in the body to treat, manage, and prevent the development and subsequent growth of certain diseases. In the management of lung diseases, various autologous stem cells are derived from the body of the affected patient and used to harness the overall immune system of the patients’ body.

The stem cell therapy procedure usually involves the harvesting, separation, and the administration of the target cells in the body of the host The first procedure which is collection usually involves the drawing of a small amount of either blood or bone marrow from the affected patient. Once this has been done, the sample collected undergoes a sophisticated procedure that separates the stem cells from the other types of cells. Once the separation has been achieved, the obtained concentrated stem cells are then injected into the blood stream of the patient. From this point onwards, the immune system of the patient works hand in hand with the injected stem cells to manage and prevent the spread of the lung disease.

A Lung Institute is no doubt a global leader in the management and treatment of lung diseases via stem cell therapy. This institute provides the state of the art lung treatment and cellular therapy to patients suffering from lung-oriented medical conditions and diseases. The Lung Institute was founded with the main aim of improving the overall quality life of people living with, or suffering from different chronic and acute lung diseases

With the increasing cases of lung diseases and the decreasing modes of treatment, the Lung Institute saw it right to develop a therapy that would ease off the burden experienced by various patients. This eventually led to the inception of the stem cell therapy. Since its inception, this institute has helped millions of people suffering from lung diseases globally. More information available at

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