Cell therapy opened new horizons in medicine, also allowing the treatment of incurable diseases.
It is a therapy developed by Paul Niehans, a Swiss physician, in 1931.
The application areas of cell therapy are varied and include, among others, the following diseases and symptoms:
Brain degeneration, memory problems;
Immune system disorders;
Rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, osteoporosis;
Dysfunction of organs (liver kidney, heart, etc.);
Aging, anti-aging and regeneration;
Prevention of diseases, including genetic ones.
Cell therapy is an individual in the experience of the therapist-bound individual patient's treatment. Prerequisite for success depend on high quality standards in production and the individual administration. Cell therapy has been known since 1931, by the Swiss physician Paul Niehans. Early 50s were lyophilized cells in vacuum ampoules on the market in 1963, Prof. Landsberger et al. Furnish evidence for the organ-specific effect of parenterally injected freeze-rocking-cells. Since 1997, doctors are allowed to make cell suspensions for their own patients with preexisting why therapy does still lay claim to exclusivity.