If you ever played the game of darts or used a crossbow you know the goal is to hit your target. In the world of stem cell medicine the same holds true. Virtually all stem cell therapy clinics and hospitals infuse or inject stem cells and count on biochemical signals produced by damaged or diseased tissues to “get the darts” (stem cells) to target. This works in principle, yes, but likely winds up with more stem cells lodged in non-target tissues than in the tissues or organ needing healing or restoration. This diminishes responses and outcomes as you would expect.
But what if you switch on a homing system in the stem cells and amplify the signals in diseased or damaged tissues or organs? More “darts” or “biologic missiles” (stem cells) will hit their mark!
No stem cell clinic or such anywhere has a biologic “guidance & homing signal amplification system” that helps get stem cells to target. None, that is, but Nova Cells Institute which pulls this off thanks to its proprietary Beacon Factor. You can read more about the Beacon Factor by clicking this link.
You will also find information on the Beacon Factor in Nova Cells Institute’s just published e-book titled “Heroic Medicine”, which is free for downloading at http://www.novacellsinstitute.com/pdf/Heroic%20Medicine.pdf