What kinds of stem cells does your medical center use and are they safe?

We currently use neural stem cells and retinal pigment epithelium derived from a spontaneously aborted fetus and mesenchymal stem cells from either bone marrow (autologous), umbilical cord or cord blood.

In recent years, there are at least three Phase I clinical trials using fetal stem
cells to treat neurological diseases which have been approved by the American FDA that include:

1) For Batten disease:


2) For SCI


3) For ALS


The stem cells we use for transplant are processed and produced in the SFDA certified GMP facilities. They are in full compliance with the NICPBP (National Institute for the Control of Pharmaceutical & Biological Products, SFDA) standards for clinically used stem cells. This ensures the highest product quality and safety.

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