We could re-term this statement as “organ specific vs naive cells”. LIVE CELLS are cells taken from embryonic porcine tissue, STEM CELLS are taken from a person’s own adipose tissue or bone marrow. Which one is better than the other? Well, due to our experience at this clinic we’d have to say they are about equal.
If a patient with a failing heart is injected with STEM CELLS-these new cells will grow and repair the damaged tissue, restoring function. True or False? The answer: 80/20. Once the stem cells are injected, your brain sends a signal to where the cells will eventually migrate to. Usually 80% of the time, it is to the afflicted area. Around 20% of the time a signal is misfired and instead of going to the organ/ area that is malfunctioning, the cells will go elsewhere in the body. That is why we name STEM CELLS “naive cells”.