Stem Cell Webinar This Wednesday March 14 with Dr. Dipnarine Maharaj MD

 

 

Learn The Latest in Stem Cell Therapies For Your Patients

Join physicians from around the world in this unique webinar

Each year it seems that our patients are more at risk than ever for life threatening and chronic illness.  Whether it is the rapid growth of diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, or cancer, it seems that traditional medicine has had a difficult time keeping up.

Yet for over 40 years, stem cell transplants have been helping patients survive with quality of life in the face of some of the most dangerous of illnesses.  Physicians who want to do everything they can for their patients are now turning to the proven science of adult stem cell therapeutics.

Today patients with a wide range of diseases are being helped by adult stem cell protocols.  With over 2000 ongoing FDA clinical trials, the potential to expand the field and help patients is tremendous.

Join me for this unique webinar that will discuss some of the latest breakthroughs in patient care utilizing stem cell therapeutics.  We will discuss illnesses such as chronic fatigue syndrome, Alzheimer’s disease, type 1 and type 2 diabetes, fibromyalgia, ALS, cardiac disease, cancer, and much more.

Join me in this special presentation to spread the message of adult stem cells to help patients from around the world:

What: Stem Cell Network Physicians Webinar



When: March 12, 2014



Where: Online – Click Here to Register or paste link below into your browser 

http://stemcell.enterthemeeting.com/m/VVKE8XVK

Cost: Physicians & Medical Professionals can attend free – RSVP today

Kind Regards,

Dr. Dipnarine Maharaj

Medical Director

South Florida Bone Marrow/Stem Cell Transplant Institute

Related Links:

Physicians and Medical Professionals – Learn More About the Stem Cell Fellowship

Would you like to refer a patient to Dr. Maharaj?  Please use our patient referral form

Dr. Maharaj to Keynote at the CAM for Cancer Conference – See agenda here

To learn more about Dr. Maharaj, the physician’s network, or about the latest protocols for diseases like cancer, Parkinson’s, diabetes, and more please contact the office at:

 

International: (561) 752-5522

Email: info@bmscti.org

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Why bank your adult stem cells – Dipnarine Maharaj M.D.

 

 

Why bank your adult stem cells – Dipnarine Maharaj M.D.

Dipnarine Maharaj

Dipnarine Maharaj in an Adult Stem Cell Collection Procedure –

Adult Stem Cell Banking

The collection and storage of adult stem cells from a healthy individual is an elective procedure. It is an opportunity that an individual should know about, and we would like to give you all the facts so that you can make your own informed decision.
The collection and storage of stem cells is done safely on a daily basis by thousands of healthy individuals who donate their own stem cells to a related or unrelated patient who is suffering from a disorder of the blood or an immune deficiency state. The process by which the stem cells are collected is the same as when a blood donor goes to the blood bank to donate platelets. This process is called apheresis. The difference in the case of a healthy individual donating stem cells is that they are given a medication, which is injected subcutaneously for five days. The stem cells are then collected (by arm veins in most cases) using the apheresis machine.
The opportunity now exists for a healthy individual to collect and store their own stem cells for their own personal use in the future, should they need it. The idea is not new since, for many years, parents have collected and stored the adult stem cells from cord blood for their baby’s future use, should they need it.
Transplanted stem cells are used on a daily basis and adult stem cells have been in use since the early 60’s for blood disorders. Today, they are used to treat over 80 illnesses, mainly cancers of the blood, such as leukemias, lymphomas, multiple myelomas, and from matched donors to treat sickle cell anemia and beta thalassemia.
Many stem cell experts and transplant physicians believe that there will be breakthroughs in the future, and these will be helpful particularly to those individuals who have their own adult stem cells, which have been collected and stored. This is known as the emerging field of regenerative medicine.

Adult Stem Cells

All cell types in the human body originate from a group of stem cells in the early development in the mothers womb. Specialized cells are then formed from various stem cells in early development to form every organ of the body. There are certain cells in the human body that are constantly regenerating tissues throughout life, such as blood, nerves, muscle, and skin. These cells are adult stem cells. Stem cells are capable of replicating themselves, or differentiating into a variety of specialized cell types.
Most adult stem cells are located deep within organ tissue, which means that they are surrounded by many ordinary cells. They regenerate specific tissue when those cells in the body need to be replenished. Adult stem cells are found most often in organs which require a consistent cell supply, including blood, skin, and the gut lining.
Adult stem cells are specialized cells, meaning that they only give rise to a limited cell type. Scientists believe that there is a way to stimulate adult stem cells to be more flexible, so that they would be able to give rise to unspecialized cells.

 

 

Cord Blood Banking Benefits – By Dr. Dipnarine Maharaj MD

Palm Beach Parkinson's Disease and Cancer Specialist Dr. Dipnarine Maharaj M.D.

Dr. Dipnarine Maharaj M.D. FACP, Adult Stem Cell and Cord Blood Banking Specialist

Storing your baby’s cord blood is one of the easiest things that new parents can do to protect their child’s health.  By storing the cord blood, parents can ensure that their child has a resource should they ever contract or develop a major illness.  With the advances of modern medicine the uses of cord blood stem cells is growing at a rapid pace.  Already cord blood banking can be used for:

Cancer

  • Acute Leukemia
  • Chronic Leukemia
  • High-Risk Solid Tumors
  • Hodgkin & Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma
  • Myelodysplastic Syndromes

Blood Disorders

Immune Disorders

Metabolic Disorders

  • Krabbe Disease
  • Hurler Syndrome
  • Metachromatic Leukodystrophy
  • Sanfilippo Syndrome

For the most part Cord Blood is discussed, however, most people don’t know that the Cord Tissue can also be saved and is a viable source of cord blood stem cells.  During this July of Cord Blood Awareness month, we should all be looking at ways that we can provide a bio-insurance for ourselves and Cord Blood Banking for your newborn baby is a great way to do that.

Dr. Dipnarine Maharaj M.D.  is the Medical Director of the Stem Cell Cryobank , an Adult Stem Cell and Cord Blood Bank, as well as the Medical Director of the South Florida Bone Marrow Stem Cell Transplant Institute.