Frequently asked questions from previously held seminars.
Are you coming to the seminar but have questions now? Here are some frequently asked questions to help you get a jump start on learning about how cellular therapy could help you.
Q: When will the presentation start or has it already started?
A: The webinar will start at the clinic’s local time between 4:00 – 4:15PM.
Q: Will there be time to answer my questions?
A: During the presentation, most of your questions will be answered. We encourage you to take notes of what the clinician presents. At the end of the presentation, we will have a Q&A. However, we would be happy to answer specific questions along the way as well.
Q: How do I know if I am a candidate?
A: You can contact your patient coordinator, or your patient coordinator can contact you to discuss your specific case and candidacy if you have not already discussed your individual options.
Q: I have a unique pulmonary condition; will this help me?
A: If you wish to discuss your specific case further, we can schedule a free consultation with a clinician by phone or in person.
Q: How do the stem cells know how to go to my lungs?
A: The stem cells get to your lungs through your natural vascular system through IV in your arm. Then, the stem cells will flow rapidly through your heart and into your lungs before they go anywhere else. Once they arrive in the lungs, they become trapped in the pulmonary passage. For more detailed information, you can read an article from the National Institutes of Health at http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19099374.
Q: What kind of background do your doctors have or are they pulmonologists?
A: All of our doctors’ and nurse practitioners’ education and experience can be found on our website at https://lunginstitute.com/about.
We hope that reading these frequently asked questions have helped you feel more prepared for your seminar. Remember to write down some of your own questions so that you can ask them during the presentation’s Q&A. We look forward to you joining us for our Cellular Therapy Seminar.