Stem Cell Therapy FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions [FAQs]

Mast Stem Cell Therapy

Are there any ethical issues with Adult Stem Cells?

No there are not, as adult stem cells are not embryos. They are stem cells that are derived directly from adult tissues and with the consent of the patient who’s body it is coming from. They offer hope for regeneration of tissues and possibly organs to cure diseases all throughout the body. These stem cells are used to treat an ailment within the patient’s body of which they were harvested. They do not have the potential to develop into a new human being as embryos. They reside in the bone marrow and fat, and they exist in large quantities.