Stem Cell Therapy

October 10, 2010 by USA Post 

Stem Cell Therapy, Stem cells are defined as cells with the unique ability to reproduce throughout the life of an organism and to differentiate into cells of different tissues. Stem cells have generated enormous interest in recent years as they began to play a major role in the treatment and prevention of a number of degenerative diseases. Thailand has become an attractive destination for anti-aging treatment with stem cell therapy. Westerners are increasingly reaching here for anti-aging treatments.

The latest Anti Aging Group has launched a new website for global clients and patients to contact physicians or specialists with no hassle. Team of doctors and other experts here are internationally recognized and highly experienced. Programs of stem cell therapy for the fight against aging in Thailand can be conducted at two locations in the fight against aging newest group, Bangkok and Chiang Mai. Programs can be made to any of these places according to the required treatment and patient preference. To learn more about the treatment procedure, read Once a program agreed on a detailed plan is prepared, including details on procedures and where the most appropriate therapeutic effort for the implementation of the proposed therapy. The patient, after approving the plan, the cost and the location is then given a date and a fellow patient and make plans to arrive at the airport on Thailand. There, they will be greeted by a member of clinical staff and taken to hospital either directly or accommodation.

The latest Anti Aging Group has been in business since 2006 and hosted more than 500 patients. All have undergone regeneration treatments, treatment condition, or holistic healing therapies.
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194 Surawong Road, Bangrak, Bangkok, 10500 Thailand

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