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On the contrary.
They should be thinking of a quiet room with a comfy, cushioned chair and a simple, minimally-invasive outpatient procedure that can be as easy as a blood draw.
No Pain, Yes Gain
The process is pretty quick and easy.
The cells and natural signaling factors are extracted (just like a blood draw), separated and then reintroduced back into the body while you are awake and sitting in a chair.
During a normal IV-like procedure, when the blood is put back, it quickly circulates throughout the body, but with our process, the cells conveniently get trapped in the lungs and the potential to arrest or slow down the progression of the disease can begin.
The venous treatment has shown to help many. There is a blood withdrawal and the cells and natural signaling factors are harvested, processed and separated, and they are returned into the body through an IV.
On day two the procedure is repeated.
Two easy treatments step by step, we:
- withdraw a blood.
- separate your cells and natural signaling factors from your blood.
- reintroduce the cells back into your body where they come to rest inside the lungs promoting both natural healing and inflammation reduction.
Since we use your own cells to treat and slow down the progression of COPD, side effects are nearly nonexistent.
Cellular therapy has demonstrated the potential to improve quality of life to those who may have otherwise given up hope.
The sooner you address these conditions, the sooner your COPD can be controlled.
This is not another drug.
It’s a treatment!
If you or a loved one suffers from a chronic disease like COPD, emphysema, pulmonary fibrosis or other symptoms of lung disease, the Lung Institute offers a variety of cellular treatment options.
Contact us today at (800) 729-3065 or fill out the form to see if you qualify for cellular therapy, and find out what cellular therapy could mean for you.
The Lung Institute supports National COPD Awareness Month in November sponsored by the US COPD Coalition.
Nov. 15 is designated as World COPD Awareness Day.