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Frequently asked questions

We use only human pluripotent stem cells (hPSC) that have been cultured in our own labs. These types of stem cells are more effective than other commonly used types such as adult stem cells, umbilical-cord stem cells or fetal cells.

Our human pluripotent stem cells (hPSC) are continually cultured in our labs. They were originally derived from a 100-200 cell blastocyst (either donated or cloned from a skin-cell). At this very early stage, these cells have not yet become specialized in any way and are capable of signaling repair in all 220+ tissue types of your body, leading to whole body repair and rejuvenation.

Once a particular stem cell line has been established, it can be cultured for many years without losing potency or effectiveness and, most importantly, without the need of additional blastocysts.

Other stem cell providers will typically use mesenchymal stem cells, which includes placental, umbilical, and other adult tissue stem cells such as adipose tissue stem cells, bone marrow derived stem cells.

Our pluripotent stem cells are continually cultured in our labs and are significantly more potent in their ability to help the human body heal itself. They are the youngest and the most comprehensive stem cells you can get.

Stemaid™ has been a pioneer in the culturing and therapeutic use of pluripotent stem cells for over 15 years. To our knowledge we are the only company in the world that provides pluripotent stem cells to doctors and patients. 

Stemaid's stem cells are always delivered fresh from the laboratory culture. We never use frozen stem cells as it would reduce the efficacy and number of stem-cells available for use by your body after injection.

Patients always receive a minimum of 20 million stem-cells per injection. Some clinics or doctors purchase stem-cells in a frozen state, and simply 'defrost' them prior to injection, so even if there were 20 million stem-cells prior to freezing, by the time they reach your body, you are receiving less stem-cells than you were told, or possibly none at all!

Regardless of who you choose for your stem-cell therapy, make sure that the stem cell count is done in the last stage - prior to injection and without additional freezing.

Some previous patients are willing to talk to those considering treatment with us. They have created their own group on Facebook for this purpose called "Unofficial Stemaid Support Group". Please consider joining the group if you wish to connect with past patients.

Yes, Stemaid™ has a unique product called Plurisomes™ which is an exosomal concentrate derived from the pluripotent stem cells lines that we culture.

To date, our pluripotent stem cell therapy has produced no negative side effects; nor are there any medically or scientifically anticipated risks outside that of a routine outpatient injection.

Stem cells and exosomes and their complimentary therapies work best when administered repeatedly, daily, for a period of time, usually 2-5 weeks in a row. It’s the daily pulsing doses of stem cell regenerative factors that gives best physiological results. As a result, patients receive the treatments daily, Monday to Saturday.

Once the treating physicians have received your medical information, we can arrange for one of them to talk to your doctor.

After a doctor with experience in Stem Cell therapy speaks to a patient's doctor and answers all questions directly, the patient’s doctor will usually become much more comfortable and supportive.

Of course, once you return home, your own doctor will be handling your follow-up care and we will appreciate being informed of your progress.

While a single injection of adult stem cells in the USA can cost anywhere between $5000 and $15,000, patients coming to Stemaid Institute for pluripotent stem cell therapy can expect to pay around $1000 per day, which typically includes pluripotent stem cell IVs, Plurisome IVs, chelation, nutritional IVs, ozone therapy, massage etc. depending on the condition and total duration of the treatment.

Unfortunately, the therapeutic use of cultured stem cells is currently unapproved by the FDA. Insurance companies will typically only cover FDA approved procedures performed within the United States. Because we are located in Mexico and utilize cultured pluripotent stem cells, our procedures are not covered by insurance at this time. 

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Do you have more questions? Please feel free to get in touch with us to find out if pluripotent stem cell therapy is right for you.

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