Advances in Stem Cell Research Improves Quality of Life For People With Pulmonary Disease

The Third International Congress on Responsible Stem Cell Research met in Padua, Italy in November 2016. The purpose of this event was to review and discuss the application and progress of stem cell therapy and look into the future of where technology is moving on lung disease.

Dr. Jack Coleman, Jr. of the Baylor College of Medicine, attended this conference and spoke to the audience stating that “Our responsibility is to give the best, safest treatment to patients to relieve pain and suffering and prolong quality of life.” The quality of life is the goal the Lung Institute strives to achieve in administering the new technology of stem cell therapy. Replacing previous procedures with the latest IV process has not merely bettered the quality of life for people suffering from lung disease, but trimmed the cost of treatments of lung disease and in hospital visits and expenses.

The minimally invasive stem cell treatment is proving to be a huge breakthrough in the quality of life for people suffering from pulmonary disease. Dr. Coleman discussed how the new processes are regulated, reducing time and costs while increasing the availability of treatments to more patients. It is no enigma that this new stem cell technology is improving the quality of life for many people suffering from lung diseases like COPD, Chronic Bronchitis, Emphysema, Pulmonary Fibrosis, Bronchiectasis, Interstitial Lung Disease and Pneumoconiosis.

For more info regarding the Third International Congress, please see http://www.prweb.com/releases/2016/11/prweb13867190.htm for the complete event recap. Also check out this article: http://lifestylesafter50.com/adult-stem-cell-therapy-at-the-lung-institute-helps-pulmonary-fibrosis-patient/.

The facilities also offer Bone Marrow option for stem cell treatments in addition to the Venous stem cell therapy. The venous stem cell treatment is the latest and least invasive blood-derived treatment option, simply depending on the patient’s health and any heart condition, the venous therapy method is the least traumatic for the patient. The patient’s doctor will decide which method is the best treatment for the well-being of the soul.

The Lung Institute has clinics located in Tampa, FL – 813-642-6417, Nashville, TN – 615-988-1051, Scottsdale, AZ – 480-378-6658, Pittsburgh, PA – 724-635-4302, and Dallas, TX – 214-935-1699. Contact the Lung Institute at (800) 729-3065 to speak to a patient coordinator, or visit their website at  https://lunginstitute.com/treatment/venous/ for more info. Read the patirnts testimonials on lunginstitute.com.