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Diabetes Treatment

Time:2014-04-02 14:01Author:admin Click:

TYPES OF DIABETES

Type 1 DM results from the body's failure to produce insulin, and currently requires the person to inject insulin or wear an insulin pump. This form was previously referred to as “Insulin-Dependent Diabetes Mellitus" (IDDM) or "juvenile diabetes".

Type 2 DM results from insulinresistance, a condition in which cells fail to use insulin properly, sometimes combined with an absolute insulin deficiency. This form was previously referred to as Non Insulin-Dependent Diabetes Mellitus (NIDDM) or "adult-onset diabetes".

Others: gestational diabetes and haemochromatosis diabetes and others.

 

G.S.G treatment differs from the rest in the following areas:  

       Four different doctors of different disciplines working together – Medical Genetics, Stem Cell Medicine, Rehabilitation Medicine (Life Style), and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) ensure safety and completeness of the treatment

       Preparation of the patient with Glutathione treatment to ensure best body preparation for the Stem Cell Therapy which has been documented to increase the effectiveness by 50%

       G.S.G. has developed an unique Combination Therapy of Modern Traditional Chinese Medicine, Stem Cell and Drug Therapy. Our innovative program aims to cure Diabetes.

Stem Cell Therapy

Stem cell therapy may yield varying results for Diabetic patients. Your doctors at Global Specialist Group (GSG) will assess your condition to ensure the best success rate.

 

Initial assessment: vital in determining the suitability of Stem Cell Therapy for the patient. If suitable, the patient undergoes a two day Glutathione IV treatment to condition his body.

Stem Cell Therapy: Stem Cell infusion by IV for two days then undergoes another one day Glutathione cocktail treatment.

Combination Therapy:

Oxygen Therapy

To increase metabolism and to prime your body to the best condition for your treatment.

 Complimentary Treatment: (selected when needed)

TCM treatment

To implement Chinese medicine and acupuncture to improve the islet function and to regulate the body function.

TCM spray treatment

To improve pancreatic function and glucose metabolism.

Exercise guidance

To formulate a reasonable individual exercise program to improve the body function and metabolism.  

Nutritional guidance

To ensure nutritional balance to provide a good foundation for a healthy balance.

 (The use of Chinese herbs and life style coaching will ensure a healthy body after the treatment for many years to come.) 

 

Frequently Asked Questions ?

Q) How do stem cells work to treat diabetes?

A) Stem cells are capable of developing into pancreatic beta cells which produce insulin.

 

Q) Can you provide us with any statistical information?

A) We can provide you will all the date and statistics you want upon request as there are far too many to list here.

 

Q) Where do the Stem Cells come from?

A) The stem cells are from Hope Laboratory in China. They are the only laboratory in China with EU GMP compliance.

 

Q) Is there a possibility of donor stem cells being rejected by the host?

A) Stem Cells have a very low immunogenicity. Donor stem cells are not rejected by the host. Before and after the injections, we do use medications to help stem cells to grow and differentiate.

 

Q) How long before I experience improvement after Stem Cell Therapy?

A) The response from stem cell therapy is different from patient to patient. It takes 2-3 months for stem cell therapy to take full effect. Some of our patients have shown improvements during their stay in the hospital after the 2nd injection of cells.

 

Q) What is the success rate of Stem Cell Therapy for diabetes treatment?

A) The success rate is 60% for type 1 and over 95% for type 2 diabetic patients.

 

Q) How long does the treatment take?

A) Treatment is completed within 7 days.

 

Q) What kind of Stem Cells do you use for treatment?

A) The Stem Cells we use have already been ‘differentiated’ into pancreatic beta cells.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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