The Lung Institute treats a very diverse group of patients suffering from respiratory problems. Chronic lung conditions may affect anybody from any socioeconomic background. Everybody deserves a chance to improve their quality of life so they can get back to living their lives.
Patients are treated with specialized care at the institute. The specialists will carefully examine the patients’ medical histories to the correct treatment path. With the latest technology and a well thought out plan, patients will no longer have to suffer.
Stem cell research is at the base of the Lung Institute. The stem cells are extracted from the patients’ bone marrow or blood. The cells are then reformulated and reintroduced into the body to increase the rate of recovery. It is currently the best method to reduce inflammation and speed up recovery.
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease is a primary culprit found in this area of medicine. The disease can be mild to severe, but it is always enough to hinder your life. Airflow is restricted to the lungs so it is hard to breathe. This sort of disease may also be treated with stem cells.
Sufferers of such diseases always have trouble walking due to the low amount of oxygen in the body. It will also make the body weak against other common illnesses. The heart may eventually become enlarged and an early death is inevitable. Smoking, pollution or other environmental factors may cause this disease. The Lung Institute is developing methods to make COPD a livable disease. See, lunginstitute.com.
Jack Coleman from the institute had represented the company at a medical convention in
Padua, Italy last year. The company had gained notoriety amongst other stem cell researchers for their impressive treatment plans. He had also convinced many how the current system of science is hindering the growth of stem cell treatment adoption.
Stem cells are reforming the medical industry and may even eliminate the need for traditional treatments. The current medical industry favors expensive, slow and ineffective solutions for simple diseases. The point of giving the presentation was to help reform the current industry to help other research groups like the Lung Institute. Check out the Lung Institute’s Facebook page for more info.