What is cell therapy?
Cell therapy is a type of regenerative medicine using the injection of embryonic organ cells of mountain sheep. Embryonic organ cells have the ability to rejuvenate human cells and effectively restart them as if they were new.
Dr. Michael Bausch, our chief medical officer has several decades of experience in the area of cellular therapy – It was introduced to him since 1988. He has successfully treated many patients over the years. He makes the appropriate cell selection based on the results of the patient’s preliminary and extensive medical examination and any previous information he deems relevant.
Since Year 2013 Cell Vitalis was founded as an Institute for Regenerative Medicines.
Legend of Cell Therapy
Professor Dr. Paul Niehans the father of Cell Therapy
Lyophilized cells has been invented by Prof. Paul Neihans
Prof. Dr. med. Albert Landsberger’s injection was in line with the findings of Paracelsus an eminent 16th century physician stating of “Like cures Like”
Cell Therapy was introduced to Dr. Med. Michael Bausch by Prof. Dr. Landsberger
CELL VITALIS was founded as an institute for Regenerative Medicines
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In the year 1912, the French Nobel laureate Alexis Carrel first noted that cultures of ageing cells are stimulated to increased growth by the addition of embryonic tissue.
The Swiss doctor Paul Niehans, a grandson of German Emperor Frederick III, completed a large number of gland transplants after 1918 which achieved positive treatment results for a brief period limited to several months. Then on April 1, 1931 chance brought a scientific breakthrough. On that day a patient was referred to him with severe post-operative tetany resulting from the mistaken resection of the parathyroid in moribund condition. In this situation, a transplantation of the gland was not possible. He immediately used some material of parathyroid glands derived from animals in the smallest form, added some sodium chloride solution and injected both in the great thoracic muscle.
The patient was healed and the monitoring proved that she had no more spasms for the following 25 years. With this epochal and groundbreaking discovery, Professor Niehans established a previously unknown therapy method by applying a biological principle: Regeneration using cells from juvenile donor animals. This biological treatment method was subsequently developed further by Professor Niehans and his students, so that safe application is ensured and optimum treatment results can now be achieved for many chronic disorders, wear symptoms and dysfunctions.
Cell therapy is a type of regenerative medicine using the injection of embryonic organ cells of mountain sheep. Embryonic organ cells have the ability to rejuvenate human cells and effectively restart them as if they were new. Cell therapy is the practice of inserting the different cell types taken from sheep into an individual. It works on the theory of “like heals like”.
For example, if your lungs needed rejuvenating, you would inject a cell suspension containing embryonic lung cells, among others. A doctor with many years’ experience is needed to achieve an effective therapy since it requires a thorough examination of the patient’s condition and its lab parameters to determine all the affected body functions. As an example, when a patient has a particular condition, such as high blood pressure, it is not just the heart that is affected. The higher pressure can cause small ruptures to develop in blood vessels; this can release small amounts of blood into surrounding tissues and lymph, which has the potential to be toxic to these cells. If cells are exposed to excessive amounts of toxins, they themselves produce more harmful products. The liver has to remove these extra toxins putting additional strain on the organ, potentially damaging the organ. This shows that a disease in one organ has far-reaching effects on the body.
Dr. Michael Bausch
Our chief medical officer has several decades of experience in the area of cellular therapy and has successfully treated many patients over the years.
He makes the appropriate cell selection based on the results of the patient’s preliminary and extensive medical examination and any previous information he deems relevant. Our Chief medical advisor will consult with our medical advisory board to receive their input on each individual, then he will make the final decision on which cells are to be injected. We take this discussion very seriously, as it will affect the health of the patient if an incorrect treatment is selected. We look at the cell selection from several angles, taking into account the disease, the effects it will have, and the patient expectations.