New Insights into Stem Cell Therapy in 2019 by Ingrid Machado / Stem Cell Miami CEO


Ingrid Machado / CEO Stem Cell Miami

The other day a friend asked me what my New Year’s resolution was.  When I told her “communicate better,” she gave me the kind of look that says “There are SO many other things you should be working on!”

I can’t blame my friend—she has the kind of profession that everyone understands.  At parties, when people ask her what she does, she says she’s a lawyer and the questions stop there.  Me?  I tell people I work with stem cells and they follow me for the rest of the evening asking questions.  Don’t get me wrong, I don’t mind the questions.  It’s just that I keep assuming that people know about my field when, in reality, there’s a tremendous amount of misinformation that people have to sort through.

Anyway, I’m writing this on New Year’s Day and I need to get to work on my resolution, so let’s take a few minutes to go over what stem cells are, what they can and cannot do, and what treatments are available.  First of all, stem cells are just a special type of cell that can transform itself into a different type of cell.  In embryos, stem cells become the various cells that make up the body; in adults, stem cells take care of the damage repair and cell turnover that keeps us going.



Hace aproximadamente 14 años, comencé a trabajar con lo que hoy se conoce como Medicina Regenerativa o Medicina Orto-biológica.En estos 14 años, he visto con beneplácito como se ha desarrollado y como los tratamientos cada vez tienen más éxito, pero esto solamente está garantizado basado en la calidad del producto, ya sea el Plasma Rico en Plaquetas (PRP) como también, que las células madre autólogas obtenidas para el tratamiento sean de la mejor calidad.


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