Jupiter Regenerative Medicine

At NovaGenix we are experts in innovative regenerative cellular treatments that are designed to stimulate the body’s ability to repair and regenerate naturally without the need for invasive procedures and surgery.

Jupiter Stem Cell Center

Patients can receive treatments like PRP or restorative cellular tissue injection treatments that are minimally invasive. These manipulated tissue allografts are derived from a patient’s own blood or umbilical cord tissue layers from Wharton’s Jelly and are then processed in a cell bank to maximize cellular concentrations for use and research. These allograft tissue products are intended to be used to enhance the body’s natural healing ability. Regenerative medicine is a cutting-edge area of medicine that has the potential to completely repair and heal damaged tissue, cells, and organs. There are many interesting clinical trials and research articles about these cells.

Natural biologic products involve the manipulation of human cells, tissues, or organs to restore normal function through tissue engineering and molecular biology. The human body will naturally respond to injury or disease by initiating processes of healing and defending themselves on a cellular level. The current frontier in modern medicine is showing an increasing interest in the exploration, utilization, and enhancement of the body's innate healing abilities, creating seemingly miraculous outcomes for those who undergo these procedures without having to undergo surgery. However, these "miracles" are the tangible results of ongoing scientific exploration, tapping into the extraordinary ability of the body’s own cells to heal and regenerate and is constantly evolving field in medical science.

Here are a few examples of research papers dedicated to the understanding of these incredible cells:

What Are Stem cells

Stem cells are undifferentiated cells in the body that have a unique ability to develop into various cell types within the body. They have the ability to divide and self-renew. By dividing and producing identical stem cells, as well as differentiating themselves into specialized cells with specific functions, they play a crucial role in the development, growth, and repair of tissues throughout the body. There are several different types of stem cells, including embryonic stem cells, adult or somatic stem cells, and induced pluripotent stem cells, each with specific characteristics and potential applications in both medicine and research. There are regulations regarding the utilization of stem cells in the United States which makes medical tourism popular in receiving treatment.

The legal status of stem cell therapy in the United States can vary depending on factors such as the type of stem cells used, the specific procedures involved, and whether the therapy is part of a regulated clinical trial. Currently in the United States, the only stem cell-based treatments that are both reviewed and approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is hematopoietic (or blood) stem cell transplantation treatments. They are used to treat patients with cancer and other disorders which affect the blood and immune system in patients.

Currently stem cell-based therapies for all other conditions are still experimental and not FDA approved

For the most recent information about clinical trials you can visit the website ClinicalTrials.gov. They discuss clinical trials that are testing the efficacy and safety of stem cell-based therapy.

Statement regarding stem cells from the FDA

“Stem cell products are regulated by FDA, and, generally, all stem cell products require FDA approval. Currently, the only stem cell products that are FDA-approved for use in the United States consist of blood-forming stem cells (also known as hematopoietic progenitor cells) that are derived from umbilical cord blood. These products are approved for use in patients with disorders that affect the production of blood (i.e., the “hematopoietic” system) but they are not approved for other uses.

Anyone considering the use of anything purported to be a regenerative medicine product, including stem cell products, exosome products, or other widely promoted products such as products derived from adipose tissue (this product is also known as stromal vascular fraction), human umbilical cord blood, Wharton’s Jelly, or amniotic fluid should know:

  • None of these products have been approved for the treatment or prevention of COVID-19, acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), or any other complication related to COVID-19.
  • None of these products have been approved for the treatment of any orthopedic condition, such as osteoarthritis, tendonitis, disc disease, tennis elbow, back pain, hip pain, knee pain, neck pain, or shoulder pain.
  • None of these products have been approved to treat any neurological disorder, such as multiple sclerosis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS; Lou Gehrig’s disease), Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy, or stroke.
  • None of these products have been approved for the treatment of any cardiovascular or pulmonary (lung) diseases, such as heart disease, emphysema, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
  • None of these products have been approved to treat autism, macular degeneration, blindness, chronic pain, or fatigue.”

What is Stem Cell Therapy?

In recent years, stem cell therapy has become an extremely promising area of medicine and topic in advanced scientific research. Stem cell therapy is a medical approach that involves using stem cells to treat or prevent diseases or conditions. Stem cells are known for their unique ability to develop into various cell types and may be manipulated and guided to replace damaged or diseased cells, promoting regeneration and repair in the body. This is a promising field of therapy and holds huge potential for treating a wide range of medical conditions, from degenerative diseases to injuries and more.

Where Do Stem Cells Come From?

Stem cells can be sourced from various places in the body, including embryonic tissue, fetal tissue, and adult tissues. Embryonic stem cells are derived from embryos, fetal stem cells come from the tissue of developingfetuses, and adult stem cells are found in various tissues throughout the body, such as the bone marrow, adipose tissue (fat), and blood. Additionally, induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) can be created by reprogramming adult cells, providing a versatile source for therapeutic purposes.

Each source has its own advantages and limitations in terms of differentiation potential and ethical considerations. The hopes are that in the future, stem cell treatments can be used more widely and safely to treat a large variety of medical conditions.

What Are Umbilical Cord Stem Cells?

Umbilical cord stem cells are a type of stem cell which are obtained from the umbilical cord and placenta after childbirth. Donors are often tested and screened and donate the tissue after a c-section birth. These cells, known as cord blood stem cells, are rich in hematopoietic stem cells, which can develop into various blood cell types.

Umbilical cord stem cells are valued for their versatility and have been used in medical treatments, particularly in hematopoietic stem cell transplantations to treat various blood disorders and cancers. These are the FDA approved treatments in the US for stem cell therapy. The collection of cord blood is non-invasive and poses no risk to the mother or the baby, making it a valuable source for stem cell research and therapeutic applications.

What is Wharton’s Jelly?

Wharton's jelly is a gelatinous substance found in the umbilical cord. It surrounds and protects the blood vessels of the umbilical cord, providing structural support. Wharton's jelly contains various components, including mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs), which have the potential to differentiate into different cell types. Due to the presence of these stem cells, Wharton's jelly has gained attention in medical research and regenerative medicine. It is considered a valuable source of mesenchymal stem cells for potential therapeutic applications.

What are Embryonic Stem Cells?

Embryonic stem cells are pluripotent cells derived from the inner cell mass of a developing embryo. These cells have the remarkable ability todifferentiate into any cell type in the human body. Their pluripotency makes them valuable for research and potential therapeutic applications, as they can be directed to become specific cell types needed for various tissues or organs. However, the use of embryonic stem cells is a topic of ethical debate, as their extraction typically involves the destruction of the embryo.

Advances in technology have led to the development of alternative sources of pluripotent stem cells, such as induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs), which can be generated without using embryos.

What are Adult Stem Cells?

Adult stem cells, also known as somatic or multipotent stem cells, are undifferentiated cells found in various tissues of the body. Unlike embryonic stem cells, adult stem cells are more specialized, typically committed to generating the cell types specific to the tissue or organ from which they originate. These cells play a crucial role in tissue repair and regeneration throughout a person's life.

Common sources of adult stem cells include the bone marrow, adipose tissue (fat), blood, and various organs. Research on adult stem cells explores their potential for treating diseases and injuries by harnessing their capacity to differentiate into specific cell types.

People are utilizing stem cell therapy for a range of medical purposes. Some common applications include:

  • Blood Disorders: Treating conditions like leukemia and other blood-related diseases through hematopoietic stem cell transplantation.
  • Orthopedic Issues: Addressing injuries and degenerative conditions in bones, joints, and cartilage to promote tissue repair and reduce inflammation.
  • Autoimmune Diseases: Exploring stem cells' immunomodulatory properties to potentially mitigate the effects of autoimmune disorders.
  • Neurological Disorders: Investigating the use of stem cells in the treatment of conditions like Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, and spinal cord injuries.
  • Heart Disease: Studying the potential of stem cells in regenerating heart tissue damaged by heart attacks or other cardiovascular diseases.
  • Diabetes: Researching ways to replace or regenerate pancreatic cells to treat diabetes.
  • Cosmetic and Anti-Aging Procedures: Using stem cells for skin rejuvenation, hair restoration, and other aesthetic purposes.

It's important to note that while there is significant promise in stem cell therapy, research is ongoing, and not all applications have reached widespread clinical use and are often not approved by the FDA. Additionally, ethical considerations and regulatory frameworks play a role in the development and implementation of stem cell treatments. However, the field of stem cell therapy is dynamic, and regulations may evolve.

It's important for individuals considering stem cell treatments to consult with reputable healthcare professionals and ensure that any therapy they are considering complies with current regulatory standards. Clinical trials, when conducted under proper oversight, are one legitimate pathway for exploring the safety and efficacy of stem cell therapies.


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