Stem Cell Therapy for COPD:
When you have COPD you will have some if not all
of the below:
+A cough which wont go away
+Often coughing up mucus
+Short of breathe, especially when performing a
+Tightness of the chest
+Disrupted sleep pattern
+Continued decline in energy
Many people with COPD have attacks called
exacerbations. This is when your usual symptoms
quickly get worse and stay worse. A COPD ﬂare-up
can be dangerous, and continue to worsen with
increased levels of damage to the lung tissues.
The focus of stem cell therapy for COPD is targeting
two main areas:
1. The conducting airway tubes, including the
trachea, bronchi, and bronchioles.
2. The gas exchange regions, or alveolar spaces.
In normal lungs, there are progenitor cells in an
abundance throughout each region. These cells
divide to replace old or damaged lung cells, which
keeps the lung healthy. The progenitor cells include
tracheal basal cells, bronchiolar secretory cells
(known as club cells), and alveolar type 2 cells.
Division of these progenitor cells is thought to be
suﬃcient to renew the lung's structure throughout
normal adult life.
StemCell Therapy for COPD
Stem cells are much rarer than progenitors, but they
are found in both embryonic and adult lungs. Some
stem cells contribute to initial lung development and
others help repair and regenerate the lung throughout
Stem cells can migrate to the sites of injury attracted
by speciﬁc chemicals released by the damaged tissue.
The cell, by homing to the damaged area will fuse with
the damaged tissue by the process of engraftment and
become the same tissue by displaying the property of
This can be supported with a selection of carefully
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Enrich the bodies blood with
oxygen, delivering more
oxygen to your cells.
BioPhoton therapy (laser) to
stimulate selective cell
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