Stem cell therapy’s future

Stem cells from adults were found to save the lives of leukemia patients through bone marrow transplants more than 30 years ago. Since these stem cells were able to help treat leukemia and lymphoma, many scientists tested to see if this treatment can have other beneficial uses as well, such as treating other diseases and injuries. In the 80’s and 90’s, this started the Stem Cell debate, and although that has become much calmer of a debate, we are still waiting to see the boom of medical advancements promised by stem cell researchers.

 

While researchers may have over-exaggerated the exact benefits that stem cell therapy may have had, we at Adimarket knows that there are many more benefits of stem cells than we currently know. We just need to give it a little more time for researchers to understand the knicks and knacks of how stem cells interact with the human body.

 

What Are The Different Types of Stem Cells

The first while after stem cell research began, most of the time was spent learning about the two types of stem cells. These types are Adult, and Embryonic. Adult stem cells are used for bone marrow transplants and a few other treatments. Embryonic stem cells have proved to be too impractical to be useful.

 

A few decades later, in 2006, researchers in japan found a new way of using adult stem cells. They learned how to basically reprogram adult stem cells to act more like embryonic stem cells, and can become whatever cell type is needed at the time. These new cells were called Pluripotent, or iPS, stem cells.

 

While these cells were, in practice, viable, they did not come without complications. For instance, the new iPS cells became prone to mutation over time, leading to cancer in some instances.

 

Making The Research More Targeted

While the problems became a setback for some, it actually helped us to understand stem cells in the long term. Today, the focus of stem cell research is more about targeted therapies mainly used to help tissue damage, and this make sense.

 

Since cell reprogramming is no longer used as a method, stem cells taken from a tissue can only be used to create that same tissue. For instance, stem cells taken from a joint can only be used to make the tissue that the stem cells came from. This limits what stem cells can currently do at the present time. However, we believe that these limits are not permanent, and researchers will eventually find new and exciting ways to utilize stem cells.

 

Until then, Adimarket is happy to provide the equipment necessary to allow practices to utilize Platelet Rich Plasma and Stem Cell therapies. We hope that our equipment can be used to offer more treatment options for patients who are suffering from injuries and arthritis.

 

PRP and stem cell therapies seem to have a pretty bright future ahead of them. If you are a doctor or own a practice, you can be a part of this future by purchasing our equipment. If you have any questions for us, or want to know more, you can visit our website.

Hair loss is very common, with tens of millions, if not hundreds of millions of people all over the world suffering from it. Hundreds of thousands of people decide to utilize hair restoration therapy, as well as other procedures in order to try to get at least some of their former hair back. Although some are effective, most of the time, the treatments only move already existing hair from one place to another. However, with Stem Cell therapy, we try to help new hair grow by helping the follicles to regenerate.

 

Adimarket helps, alongside a few other companies, to help provide new and reliable uses for PRP and stem cell therapies. We provide the equipment and other services so that doctors and practices will be able to provide these services to their patients.

 

There’s a Lot of Promise

While the main people talking about PRP and stem cell therapies are smaller companies like us, many other people are also discussing and seeing potential in these therapies. These include doctors, and practices, such as a doctor from Miami known as Lazaro M Garcia Md. This doctor already utilized PRP and stem cell therapy for people who suffer from hair loss, and is currently conducting a study that is supported by the National Institutes of Health.

 

In order to participate in the study, patients pay a small fee, which changes based on what part of the study they are in. Afterwards, the receive 2 injections of PRP and stem cells that are made from their own body, over 3 months.

 

Dr. Garcia is utilizing the body’s own growth factors in order to increase the amount of blood and nutrients to the otherwise dead hair follicles. This makes the dead follicles more lively and allows them to create new hair growth.

 

The way to make Platelet Rich Plasma is to is to use the patients own blood, which can come from either bone marrow, or other sources of fat. They go into a centrifuge, which concentrates the composition, and then allows them to be injected into the treatment site. While it is an otherwise simple procedure, some training in still necessary to ensure that it is done safely.

 

We Provide Equipment

We at Adimarket do not perform stem cell and PRP therapies, but we do offer the equipment so that doctors and practices can do so themselves. These include amniotic tissue, stem cell and PRP kits, centrifuge devices, and many more. Practices and doctors can order directly from us.

 

It is good to note that not all PRP systems are equal. The system that we have uses the closed tabletop system that is able to process the PRP in under 10 minutes. For more information, contact us or visit our website.

 

Hair loss is a serious problem with many people suffering from it. Now, thanks for PRP and stem cell therapies, we no longer only have to rely on hair replacement surgery to help patients. PRP and stem cell therapies may be the best therapy out there for both your patients, as well as your practice.

Platelet Rich Plasma is a very important material, as it is be vital in treating bone and joint deterioration. Many patients have tried using PRP therapy as a treatment as an alternative to surgery and other procedures that can be invasive. This therapy relies on extracting platelets and other cell types, such as growth factors, from the patients blood, and concentrating them.

 

Many conditions have been treated by using this therapy, such as knees, hips, spines, shoulders, and pretty much any part of your body that has a joint or connective tissue.

 

What The Procedure Is Like 

The procedure involves an injection of PRP at the point where treatment point. During the day, when the patient comes in, they wait while the PRP is processed. When it is done, the skin of the treatment site will be cleaned and sanitized much like a normal injection, such as a flu shot. Then, using ultrasound or fluoroscopy, the needed will be guided to the treatment area.

 

It generally takes less than 15 minutes for this procedure to take place. Then the physician or doctor in question will provide the patient with a list of things they should or should not do, such as not taking NSAIDs, such as Advil or Tylenol. If needed, other non-NSAID pain relievers may be prescribed.

 

What Should You Expect? 

PRP brings platelets and growth factors in a concentrated form to the treatment area, as a result, your body reacts in a way that ultimately increases tissue repair. This bodily process will occur for weeks, even after one application of PRP.

 

After about a month to 6 weeks, most patterns will start to feel their pain decrease, and their mobility get better. This can occur for up to half a year. While most patients are satisfied with just one treatment, many will have more than one, depending on the severity of the defect. As a result of how well this treatment works many patients are able to avoid surgery altogether with just a couple of shots.

PRP and Stem Cell Therapy still has a ways to go before it becomes mainstream medical practice. However, we at Adimarket are proud to be a part of this growing trend. We fervently believe in the future of stem cell therapies because we trust that this is an alternative to otherwise invasive and unneeded medical procedures.

 

If we listed every single scientific reason showing the benefits of stem cell therapy, we would be writing a book. In order to help keep this short, we have decided to instead make it into 3 reasons for why we side with this therapy and sell equipment for such.

 

1. It’s Been Around For Awhile

Stem cell therapy is not a new invention, nor is it an untested invention. This has been a therapy that has been going on for decades, and have been used for many procedures, such as bone marrow transplants for leukemia patients. The main issue is that stem cell therapy is just not that widely known.

 

This has been benefiting people who have suffered from leukemia, and well as other diseases like lymphoma for decades. The most common usage arising from bone marrow transplants. This is because they can be used safely and have pretty much no risk of rejection due to them being the bodies own cells. If they can be used to treat thee conditions, there is probably much more that they can be used for as well.

 

2. It’s Not Really Invasive

Invasive procedures will probably never  fully be obsolete, a good case of this would be a bone fracture, or a having to get a tooth pulled. There is nothing that can be done outside of an invasive procedure for these types of injuries. However, not all cases of invasive surgery are necessary.

 

This is why we at Adimarket love them cell therapy so much, because it is minimally invasive. Instead of needing an incision and stitches, the most that a patient will need is a needle poke to extract stem cells, and another to put them in the treatment area. This helps to not only reduce the risk of infection, but also helps prevent other complications as well, such as scarring.

 

3. It Works to Improve Healing

The last reason for us promoting stem cell therapy, is because it allows the body to heal naturally. This means that the treatment actually addresses the underlying problem, instead of just focusing on symptom management.

 

We hope that this helps patients to get better and more effective treatment, and can treat the whole issue, instead of just the symptoms of the issue. While stem cell therapy might not be the best choice for every case, it is no different than any other medical procedure. Not all treatments require medication and surgery, for instance.

 

If you are seeking out better and more efficient ways of treating injuries and various diseases, Adimarket is the place to go. We provide the latest and greatest technology and equipment in relation to PRP and stem cell therapy. These will help you to find better treatment for your patients.

 

Stem cell therapy can be highly beneficial when it comes to not only treating patients, but also to increase your revenue. Incorporating stem cell therapy may very well be the best thing that you can do for your practice.

PRP and Stem Cell Therapy still has a ways to go before it becomes mainstream medical practice. However, we at Adimarket are proud to be a part of this growing trend. We fervently believe in the future of stem cell therapies because we trust that this is an alternative to otherwise invasive and unneeded medical procedures.

If we listed every single scientific reason showing the benefits of stem cell therapy, we would be writing a book. In order to help keep this short, we have decided to instead make it into 3 reasons for why we side with this therapy and sell equipment for such.

  1. It’s Been Around For Awhile

Stem cell therapy is not a new invention, nor is it an untested invention. This has been a therapy that has been going on for decades, and have been used for many procedures, such as bone marrow transplants for leukemia patients. The main issue is that stem cell therapy is just not that widely known.

 

This has been benefiting people who have suffered from leukemia, and well as other diseases like lymphoma for decades. The most common usage arising from bone marrow transplants. This is because they can be used safely and have pretty much no risk of rejection due to them being the bodies own cells. If they can be used to treat thee conditions, there is probably much more that they can be used for as well.

 

  1. It’s Not Really Invasive

 

Invasive procedures will probably never  fully be obsolete, a good case of this would be a bone fracture, or a having to get a tooth pulled. There is nothing that can be done outside of an invasive procedure for these types of injuries. However, not all cases of invasive surgery are necessary.

 

This is why we at Adimarket love them cell therapy so much, because it is minimally invasive. Instead of needing an incision and stitches, the most that a patient will need is a needle poke to extract stem cells, and another to put them in the treatment area. This helps to not only reduce the risk of infection, but also helps prevent other complications as well, such as scarring.

 

  1. It Works to Improve Healing

 

The last reason for us promoting stem cell therapy, is because it allows the body to heal naturally. This means that the treatment actually addresses the underlying problem, instead of just focusing on symptom management.

 

We hope that this helps patients to get better and more effective treatment, and can treat the whole issue, instead of just the symptoms of the issue. While stem cell therapy might not be the best choice for every case, it is no different than any other medical procedure. Not all treatments require medication and surgery, for instance.

 

If you are seeking out better and more efficient ways of treating injuries and various diseases, Adimarket is the place to go. We provide the latest and greatest technology and equipment in relation to PRP and stem cell therapy. These will help you to find better treatment for your patients.

 

Stem cell therapy can be highly beneficial when it comes to not only treating patients, but also to increase your revenue. Incorporating stem cell therapy may very well be the best thing that you can do for your practice.

We at Adimarket are specialists in stem cell and PRP (platelet rich plasma) therapies. We provide the necessary equipment and technology in order for doctors to grow their practice, so we know a fair amount about what growth factors are and what their use is in PRP therapy.

 

According to the science, blood platelets do not have a cell nucleus, and hereby do not have a typical cell structure of their own. They are derived through bone marrow an have important wound and injury healing properties. However, these platelets are rich in growth factors. In fact, they have well over 30 different growth factors in them. Let us list a couple for you.

 

Fibroblast Growth Factor (FGF) – These can have a variety of functions, but mainly play a role in embryonic development and help the wound healing process. They are useful due to their ability to create different types of tissues, which is vital in PRP therapy.

 

Platelet-Derived Growth Factor (PDGF) – This is a common growth factor that is stored in the body. It’s use is to help blood vessels grow. How they do is this is to use cells from blood vessels that exist to make new blood vessel tissue, or angiogenesis.

 

Insulin-Like Growth Factor 1 (IGF-1) – This growth factor is also doubles as a hormone. It is structured very similarly to insulin, and it’s main role is to help children grow during infancy. This is primarily why it is commonly found in breast milk.

 

Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF) – This is a growth factor that has been located all throughout the human body. It helps to stimulate cell growth, as well as create new cells. This growth factor is very useful when it comes to healing wounds and well as recovery from injuries.

 

Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor (VEGF) – VEGF is more of a protein then a factor all its own. It is used both angiogenesis, and vasculogenesis (the creation of new blood vessel tissue). If your body is injured, this growth factor will come into play and help your blood vessels recover by creating new tissue. It is also useful in creating muscle tissue, as well as creating new blood vessels to bypass ones blocked by atherosclerosis.

 

All of these five growth factors, despite acting differently from one another, all share the same kind of relation in terms of healing wounds and helping people to recover from injuries. This is the reason who platelet-rich plasma can easily work as an alternative to certain invasive surgeries. These natural growth factors help to form and create new tissue that is lost.

 

The Procedure Is Pretty Simple

 

If you are a practice looking to include stem cell and PRP therapies to your lineup, then it would be good to note that this therapy is extremely easy to learn. In fact, you can learn how to do it in just a couple of short days.

 

How does the PRP therapy work?

 

Once the patient is diagnosed, the first thing that you would want to do is draw a sample of blood. This blood will then be processed using a piece of centrifuge equipment. This will separate the platelets and plasma from the rest of the blood. After this, the platelets and plasma can then be injected into the treatment site. The most that this should take is about an hour.

 

If you want to know more about PRP therapy, as well as learn more about, or buy, the technology used to make it happen, visit us at Adimarket.

As more and more doctors train to be proficient in stem cell therapy, many are seeking to increase their revenues, as well as expand their practices. As a result of this, Adimarket is hoping to fulfill the needs of the doctors and to help their patients in the most efficient way possible. However, there are other goals that we have as well. We hope that one day, PRP and Stem-cell therapies will replace certain medical procedures, making them more effective and more convenience. One of these procedures we hope to eliminate are hip replacements.

 

Natural tissue regeneration has been something that many scientists have have been focusing on for years. One of the main focuses have been in orthopedics, or the study of bones and muscles. Utilizing the stem cells of a patient in order to regrow or replace cartilage can be a godsend for treatments involving conditions such as osteoarthritis as well as sports and other injuries. Many wonder that, if we can heal muscle and joint damage utilizing PRP and stem-cell therapy, exactly much can we potentially heal?

 

It may be a possibility in the near future, based on the current evidence, to consider the use of PRP and stem-cell therapy over hip replacement surgery. A 2016 study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences showed that had stem cells successfully grow on an artificial hip joint. They even create a therapy that, combined with the stem cells, could lower the risk of recurrence when it comes to arthritis in the joint.

 

What Treatments Are We Already Utilizing?

 

While seeing hip replacements become a thing of the past is a potential occurrence in the near future, the science is not that far yet. Adimarket is working to provide the tools necessary to utilize both PRP and Stem Cell therapy in treating sports injuries, wounds, and orthopedic applications.

 

In fact, the two therapies are in no way mutually exclusive. In many cases, both PRP and stem cell therapies can be utilized at the same time, so long as the stem cells come from the patient themselves. Doing this helps to reduce the risk of rejection.

 

PRP can be extracted from the blood, and the stem cells can easily come from either using bone marrow, or fat tissue. This is then injected directly into the treatment site, and then we simply wait for the magic to happen.

 

Adimarket Has Got You Covered

 

If you are a doctor or own your own practice, then we urge you to consider adding PRP and stem cell therapies to your treatment options. Adimarket provides a great deal of technology and equipment that is designed to give patients the best experience and treatment possible.

 

Our equipment is some of the best in the trade. We can provide fast and reliable processing of platelets that is able to concentrate the blood platelets up to 16 times. If you are interested to know more about it or to provide this equipment in your own practice, consider looking up Adimarket.

Will we ever see hip replacement surgery become obsolete? Possibly. It is our hope that it does. However, we are hoping that until then, we can provide the necessary technology to help doctors provide the best stem cell and PRP treatment to their patients.

PRP Therapy, otherwise known as Platelet-rich Plasma Therapy, if often performed by doctors after a surgery, as it helps surgical wounds to heal quicker and better. There are many ways in which this therapy can be used, including orthopedic and aesthetic applications.

 

Not all of us reading this are medical doctors or researchers. Because of such, we at Adimarket believe that breaking down the core aspects of how PRP therapy could help in wound healing would be beneficial.

 

How Does A Wound Heal?

 

Whether it is a paper cut or a severe gash, all wounds have a process of healing and goes through stages. This begins with bleeding. Although not all wounds bleed, even if they don’t follow this phase, they will still follow the rest of them.

 

During the bleeding process, platelets in the blood bound together, which forms clots. This stops the bleeding and helps the wound to begin healing by closing the wound with what is called a scab. Afterwards, swelling starts to occur. This is due to the immune system working to send white blood cells and nutrients to the source of the wound, which helps to fight off infection. During this time, it is not uncommon to see a clear liquid around the wound, which is mean to keep the area clean and prevent further intrusion by microorganisms.

 

For weeks after, a variety of factors and body processes, such as oxygen, nutrients, and red blood cells, work to create new skin tissue, which permanently replaces the tissue that was damaged or removed. This includes collagen, which is the material that binds together and forms the new skin tissue.

 

This tissue regeneration is the last stage of wound healing. The time it takes for the new skin tissue to fully form depends on the severity of the wound, taking as little as a week for smaller wounds, to many weeks for much deeper wounds or gashes.

 

How PRP Promotes Healing.

 

So now that you know how wound healing works, it should be easier to understand why and how PRP therapy can be effective. Platelet-rich Plasma is exactly what it sounds like, it is blood plasma that has a very high concentration of platelets and other things, such as growth factors. However, PRP is often found at much higher concentrations than what is typically seen in blood. As with our case at Adimarket, it can be up to 10 times higher.

 

Other things can be found like this PRP as well, such as epidermal growth factor, fibroblast growth factor, and connective tissue growth factor, these are three of the many growth factors that the body uses as a natural healing aid. The way that PRP can help with wound healing is when it is injected into the wound itself. This basically supercharges the healing process, and helps the healing process go more quickly, and more smoothly.

 

This is because PRP provides the body with oxygen, platelets, and nutrients that the body can use right away. This also lowers both the risk of infection, and prevents scarring, which can be unsightly for many. Many doctors have been using PRP for a long time, and utilize them for patients because it is effective.

At Stem Cells Training , we often get asked a lot of questions about the efficacy of PRP, or Platelet-Rich plasma and Stem Cell treatments. Especially as they pertain to disorders like arthritis. When it comes to arthritis, many doctors understand how broad of a term that it can be. It can include a wide variety of different disorders and diseases with many causes. However, it is good to note that PRP therapy may not work for all causes of arthritis.

 

It is vital to point out when regenerative medicine is an appropriate alternative to traditional medicine for arthritis and when not.  This is important so that patients do not pay for treatments that may be ineffective or untested. This helps to pair the appropriate treatment options to the right patient.

 

Osteoarthritis treatments and PRP

Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritic. The way it effects your mobility occurs when cartilage, which prevents joints from causing friction,  breaks down over time. This can result in many symptoms, including swelling, and sharp main when you move your joints. This is often correlated with age and growing old.

These therapies have been used for awhile as an effective way to treat osteoarthritis, and even reverse it. PRP treatments, for instance, inject material into the joint, which causes the body to have a biological response. This response helps the body to form new cartilage, which can reduce inflammation and slow down the progression of the disorder.

 

Is Rheumatoid Arthritis Treatable by PRP?

Rheumatoid Arthritis is an immunological disease, and isn’t the cause the normal wear of the cartilage  over time. It is a common form of arthritis, but not as common as osteoarthritis. Rheumatoid Arthritis is when one experiences joint pain due to the fact that the body’s immune system is attacking the tissues in their own joints.

While regenerative medicine treatments like PRP can be effective in reducing pain and damage from the progression of the disease, it is not the first choice. However, regenerative medicine cannot fully treat the immune system and the damage that it can cause.

What about Fibromyalgia?

Although not technically arthritis, Fibromyalgia is often associated with the joint disorder. This is due to the fact that it can cause joint pain. This is due to the miscommunication between the brain and spinal cord, which can make you feel pain even when no cause is present. This may be the result of an overactive nervous system, which causes the body to experience pain.

Due to it having little to nothing to do with the joints, little can be done to help the condition where PRP and stem cell therapies are involved. Patients who want relief from their pain will have to look elsewhere. Other more proven treatments include prescription medications, physical therapy, and muscle relaxants.

 

While it cannot be used for every condition and every type of pain out there, PRP does hold potential. It is used to effectively treat chronic pain and deterioration due to osteoarthritis and orthopedic type injuries. This can be a great alternative for people who are looking for alternatives to traditional treatments, such as medications for pain, as well as surgery. However, it is best to check out the evidence for yourself, and not just take our word for it.

Now stem cell therapy for bone and joint conditions is now mainstream. There are plenty of small to medium size studies which show the effectiveness of the treatment. And amniotic fluid has been great for treatment for a few reasons. One is that it’s readily available. There are women every day undergoing a scheduled C-section who are willing to donate their amniotic fluid to help other people. The baby’s fine, there’s no ethical considerations. So there’s no shortage of supply. Secondly, it has so much great stuff in it and there’s no rejection reaction when you take Betty’s amniotic fluid and process it and then inject it into John. So here are the top five components.

Number one is that there are a lot of growth factors in amniotic fluid. Well, what exactly is a growth factor? A growth factor is a natural substance that’s produced by the body that helps to promote repair and regeneration of your tissues. And it also signals to other cells to help differentiate and promote repair and regeneration as well. So it does it itself, but it also recruits some friends to help out. There are about 70 to 80 growth factors in amniotic fluid that help with all of this repair and regeneration, which is very helpful for not only the baby, that it’s around, but also when it gets harvested and processed and injected into those who need it for say knee arthritis, it’s very effective as well.

The second component that’s very important of amniotic fluid is hyaluronic acid. Now hyaluronic acid is a substance that is extremely prevalent throughout our bodies, it’s a medical carbohydrate that is in liquid form that helps to lubricate, cushion and protect your joints. And also your eye. And it’s also in cartilage. And it’s also in some other tissues. But basically we talk about it in the knee joint for example, it’s like the motor oil of your knee joint. Okay, so when it comes from the amniotic fluid, and injected it’s just another beneficial effect of a substance going in. It’s also the main substance in something like Synvisc or Hyalgan, treatment known as viscose supplementation.

The next component of amniotic fluid is something called cytokines. Cytokines are small proteins that are released by cells that are great communicators. They don’t do a lot by themselves, but they basically communicate between other cells in the body to create the interaction that’s going to promote repair and regeneration. So some people use the term growth factor and cytokine interchangeably. There are differences between them. But keep in mind that cytokines there’s a ton of them in amniotic fluid and they have very fancy names, like vegeff and TNF. But what they do is they communicate between other cells. So for instance if you inject them into a knee joint, there going to help communicate between cells and help recruit cells from around the body to come and help repair and regenerate the damage in your knee.


Now the fourth component of amniotic fluid are anti-microbial factors. Now there’s no need to go through the specific scientific names of them but think about it like this, when the amniotic fluid surrounds the baby, it does a lot of different functions. But one of them, it helps prevent infection from occurring in the baby. All right, so when you inject it into the knee or elbow or whatnot, it has some of the same effect by helping to prevent infection. And that’s very helpful because the rate of infection with an amniotic fluid injection is really, really, really low. It’s not negligible, but it’s really low.

The fifth component of amniotic fluid and I saved the best for last, are stem cells. What exactly is a stem cell? A stem cell is a blank slate. It’s a master cell of the human body that has the ability to differentiate into most of the 200 or so different cell types in the human body. Now there’s different types of stem cells. One is embryonic. An embryonic cell can differentiate into any type of the human body. The problem with embryonic is that it often doesn’t know when to stop. So studies in the past have looked at embryonic cells, for instance in baboons, they put them into the discs of baboons, looking at disc degeneration. The problem is a lot of those baboons developed tumors.

So they stopped the study and embryonic cells are not used, they’re not present in amniotic fluid. What’s present in amniotic fluid are what’s called pluripotent stem cells and those cells are able to differentiate into most of the different cell types in the human body and all of the ones that are pertinent to what it’s being used for commercially, such as cartilage, skin, bone, muscle, tendon, ligament, da da da da da. So it’s very, very effective. It’s also able to differentiate into the cells that are important in kidney, lung, liver, and on down with organs. Cardiac. So there’s a lot of usage going on systemically as well as locally with injection.

So those are the top five components of amniotic fluid. One more, actually two more quick points. One is that there’s no rejection of amniotic fluid from one individual to another. I mentioned that but I wanted to point it out one more time because we get that question all the time. The second point is that a lot of people think that when you undergo a regenerative medicine procedure that it’s the stem cells doing, carrying the heavy load, doing the heavy lifting with the repair and regeneration. That is actually only partially true. What’s really doing most of the work are the growth factors. Growth factors are the ones that are pulling in the body’s own stem cells and then also directly mitigating the repair and the regeneration. So the stem cells are only part of the equation, keep that in mind.