Occurs when the immune system becomes overactive, forming antibodies that attack healthy tissues and organs, producing chronic inflammation.
At Stem Life Clinic, you will find stem cell therapy for the treatment of lupus. You´ll be able improve your quality of life and health with a treatment that modulates the activity of the immune system to reduce the severity of symptoms. The Stem Life Clinic protocol for the treatment of lupus with mesenchymal stem cells is performed in our facilities, by highly trained medical personnel. It´s safe and allows a significant improvement in the patient’s symptoms.
Systemic lupus erythematosus is a chronic disease of autoimmune origin that mainly affects connective tissue, joints, mucous membranes, skin, blood vessel walls, and kidneys. Outbreaks can be triggered by factors such as sun exposure, infections, high-stress processes, etc.
In this disease, the immune system contributes to the production of inflammatory factors and antibodies that the body considers pathogenic (external to the body), so it attacks itself.
Conventional immunosuppressive treatments do not prevent outbreaks and increase the risk of serious infections, as well as having adverse effects that compromise the quality of life of our patients.
Mesenchymal stem cells suppress the proliferation of immune cells and antibodies, modulate, and help restore the correct functioning of the immune system, thereby reducing inflammatory factors, clinical symptoms, as well as stopping and reversing organ damage.
Mesenchymal stem cell treatment for lupus helps reduce symptoms and skin manifestations, such as rashes on the cheeks and nose, as well as joint pain. It prevents damage generated in certain organs, causing complications such as kidney failure, neurological or motor conditions; with the aim of restoring the quality of life to patients.
Mesenchymal stem cell treatment for lupus uses cells obtained from the umbilical cord (Wharton’s jelly) to regulate the immune system and give better results compared to conventional medicine and treatments with immunosuppressants and steroids.