Some years ago, stem cell therapy became a controversial topic. Even those who have not heard about this certainly learned a thing or two. So, what is stem cell therapy and why did it become a hot topic in the past?
Stem cells are known as the body’s raw materials. Under the right conditions, these cells can regenerate, repair, and replace damaged, dysfunctional, or dead cells using stem cells or their derivatives. Known as regenerative medicine, stem cell therapy has been known to effectively treat several illnesses but unfortunately, the treatment can be very expensive.
It has been reported that as of 2016, the only established therapy using stem cells is hematopoietic stem cell transplantation, which usually takes the form of bone-marrow transplantation from cells derived from umbilical cord blood. Various research has since been done regarding developing various sources of stem cells to be used for neurodegenerative diseases. Stem cell therapy became controversial following reports pointing at the ability of scientists to isolate and culture embryonic stem cells, which was often related to abortion and human cloning issues. The controversy also led to talks about efforts to market treatments based on transplants of stored umbilical cord blood.
Enter GFoxx International’s Elixir Placenta, stem cell therapy in a capsule, which is made from New Zealand Deer Placenta, combining the benefits of stem cell therapy, DNA therapy, and anti-inflammatory therapy in one soft gel capsule.
“Studies show that the New Zealand deer placenta is closely like the human placenta. These animals from the southern island mountains of New Zealand, live and grow within pristine and pollution-free surroundings,” shares David Tan, founder, and president of GFoxx International during the media launch of the product at Edsa Shangri-La Hotel. Tan is a Malaysian businessman who has been recognized as an Outstanding Professional for Small and Medium Enterprise by the Asia Pacific Enterprise Award for Corporate Excellence Award in Direct Selling.
At the launch, Dr. Francis Decangchon, Medical Director at Asian Centre for Ageless Beauty talked about the benefits of the product.
“The combination of stem cell therapy, DNA therapy, and anti-inflammatory therapy has proven to be an effective treatment for arthritis, multiple sclerosis, heart attack, acute lymphoblastic leukemia, and other chronic diseases. The anti-aging supplement also promotes cell growth and boosts immunity,” he says.
Gfoxx Elixir placenta contains 14 high-quality ingredients – New Zealand Deer Placenta, Angelica Sinesis, grape and olive extract, D-Ribose, yeast extract, Squalene oil, MCT, fermented red ginseng, rice bran oil, sea buckthorn oil, Rhodiola Rosea, Black currant seed oil, Fenugreek, and Nigela seed oil.
Researchers hope stem cells will one day be effective in the treatment of many medical conditions and diseases. However, experts are reminding the public that unproven stem cell treatments can be unsafe. Therefore, if you’re considering any treatment, make sure to get all the facts straight. Be certain that any stem cell treatment you are considering is either (Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved or being studied under an Investigational New Drug Application (IND), which is a clinical investigation plan submitted and allowed to proceed by the FDA.
Other potential safety concerns for unproven treatments may include: Administration site reactions; The ability of cells to move from placement sites and change into inappropriate cell types or multiply; Failure of cells to work as expected; and The growth of tumors.
Note that even if stem cells are your own cells, there are still safety risks such as those noted above. In addition, if cells are manipulated after removal, there is a risk of contamination of the cells.
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