Treating Anti-Aging with stem cell transplantation


A physician cannot treat aging related diseases, or for that matter many other diseases in an aging individual, without an anti-aging treatment. On the other hand, one cannot seriously talk about the revitalization or rejuvenation therapies, or a treatment of aging disease, without a state-of-the-art diagnosis of any and all diseases that the patient suffers from, and their successful treatment, because otherwise any attempt at revitalization will fail.


There are not too many individuals over 40 years old in the western world today that are perfectly healthy physically, mentally and spiritually, and thus do not require treatment of aging disease. The earlier in life the revitalization program starts, the better the results are. The best time to start is between 40 and 50 years of age. The later the revitalization program commences, the more aggressive the therapeutic approach has to be, i.e. various simultaneous therapies, and in shorter time intervals.

Gianoli reports on the treatment of 531 of his own patients by cell transplantation with a success rate of 75%. The therapeutic effect lasted 8-12 months and never more than 24 months.

The Merck Manual of Geriatrics defines the usual aging as changes due to the combined effects of the aging process and of disease and adverse environmental and lifestyle factors, while successful aging as changes due solely to the aging process, uncomplicated by damage from environment, lifestyle, or disease. These excellent definitions that acknowledge the possibility of aging successfully stem from the growing acceptance of the rights of the aging population to live a full and complete life rather than to die in a hurry right after retirement.


In reality the usual aging should be classified as an aging disease, and all diseases related to aging should be clearly described as such. Scientists agree that genetically we are programmed to live 120 years. In reality, we live on average less than 80 years in the civilized world. But there are some societies with simple lifestyle where people frequently live much longer than that.

The successful aging process, that should lead to our graceful demise at the age of 120 years, is disrupted in principle by three factors: severe illness, severe trauma, or usual aging, i.e. aging disease. The first two factors are self-explanatory: severe disease or severe trauma can destroy even the healthiest individual. But what about the aging disease? Here are some well established facts:

  1. The rate of age-related decline in the function of every organ of the body varies greatly, so that people become less alike as they age,
  2. Within any organism the functions of different organs decline at different rates,
  3. Each one of us has at least one weak organ or organ system.
  4. Different people age at different rates.


There are two major types of aging diseases: those that are accidental or random, and those that are programmed. We seem to age by accident and by design: it is not only that the stresses and strains and traumas of everyday life set off processes which make us grow old, there is some internal mechanism that limits our lifespan. Our evolutionary, biological, purpose is fulfilled once we have passed on our genes, and have protected our children until they can protect themselves. Once that happened, around the age of 40, we begin to notice the aging process.

Before that time our bodies have been in a state of dynamic equilibrium, constantly renewing, rebuilding, and replacing every cell in the body by cells of equal quality. Now our physiological functions begin to decline. Our ability to adapt to, and survive in a changing environment, declines. All over the body, the structure of tissues becomes disorganized. More fat is deposited, numbers of key cells of each organ or tissue decrease. Individual cells increase in size, but diminish in number, by almost one-third. Connective tissue between cells, muscle fibers, and bones enlarges and becomes less elastic.


Myocardium and the heart valves lose gradually their elasticity and strength, although the left ventricular wall thickens as a result of myocardial hypertrophy and increased quantity of fibrous tissue. As the heart grows weaker, the blood vessels become more rigid due to changes in the amount and nature of elastin and collagen in their walls, and calcium deposits, as well as clogged with fatty atheromas of atherosclerosis, blood pressure rises.


In the kidneys, the number of functioning nephrons decreases 30-40% between ages 25 and 85, with the related loss of renal mass, particularly of the cortical layer. This leads to a reduced renal blood flow, glomerular filtration rate and performance of tubular system.


The vital capacity of the lungs decreases, while the residual volume increases. The gas distribution irregularities and decreased compliance of the lungs cause lowered arterial oxygen tension. The diameter of chest wall increases, and the flexibility decreases. The maximum breathing capacity decreases steadily: in 80s it is one half as compared with 30s From the age of 55 on the respiratory muscles begin to weaken.


The motility of digestive system is affected by aging process first, before the digestion of food and absorption. This leads to constipation, incontinence and diverticulosis, which become a cause of many problems with digestion and absorption of nutrients. Production of all digestive enzymes declines. Liver weight and its blood flow decrease.


The skin wrinkles, sags, and grows less elastic and dry. Healing takes longer. The hair thins and turns gray. Nail growth slows down.


Loss of muscle cells and disorganization of muscle tissue cause a progressive reduction in muscle strength. Half of muscle mass and of maximum isometric contraction force is lost between ages of 30 and 75. Joints deteriorate. Bones become weaker as more minerals are lost than are replaced.


Blood flow to the brain is reduced. Most of lost nerve cells are not replaced. Connections between nerve cells are substantially diminished. The gross motor and fine motor abilities and coordination deteriorate. Psychometrically, reaction time slows down, learning takes longer, and memory fades, in particular the recent one. The social skills and intellectual abilities of young years slip away. There are changes of personality.


Vision deteriorates as the lens and other parts of the eye become less transparent. Vision dims as a result of decreased adaptation to low light and darkness. Senses of taste, touch, smell and hearing grow weaker.


Menopause appears in women, and loss of sexual potency in men. Your sexual energy decreases.


When it comes to the treatment of aging disease the opinions vary. This is due to the lack of a single hypothesis able to explain all aspects of aging processes. According to the Merck Manual of Geriatrics there are six such hypotheses.

Experts have always believed in a complex approach to the treatment of aging disease, i.e. cell transplantation alone is not sufficient.


We here at Swiss Cell Therapy have always believed that it has to start with lifestyle adjustments, correct nutrition, regular active exercise, proper handling of stress along with spiritual immersion.

The normalization of function of all organ systems has to be attained by all means of orthodox and alternative medicine. All the while the elimination of toxins should be foremost on the mind of treating professionals.


The two most important parts of the complex therapeutic approach are cell transplantation for direct stimulation of regeneration and - along with electromagnetic therapy - for securing the optimum performance of regulatory systems of the body.


Female patients should receive, as a minimum, cell transplants of ovaries, placenta, adrenal cortex, hypothalamus, mesenchyme, spleen; while male patients should receive cell transplants of testes, placenta, adrenal cortex, liver, hypothalamus, and frontal lobe of brain. Other cell transplants, necessary for the treatment of any other disease(s) that the patient suffers from, which have a negative influence on aging disease, should be added.

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Swiss Cell Therapy has put together an incredible program for clients in search of medical treatment for diseases that are deemed untreatable or for which conventional treatment no longer has any effect. For more information on what diseases we are referring to please visit our treatments page.

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The advances in Cell Therapy are giving many a second chance at living a normal "disease free" life. But cell therapy is not just a remedy, it requires a commitment from the patient to change his/her way of life. Without this change the treated disease will most certainly spawn again. Please visit both our sections on patient preparation and the procedure and program webpages for more detailed information on what is required.

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