COPD and Emphysema
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is one of the most common medical conditions worldwide: research results show that nearly 5% of the population suffers from COPD. It affects men and woman almost equally. The most frequent causes of obstructive lung disease are asthma, varied conditions of bronchitis, cystic fibrosis, and emphysema that lead to the degeneration or damage to tissue over time.
The main cause of COPD and Emphysema is tobacco smoking: the longer someone smokes, the more likely they are to develop COPD. Nonsmokers can get emphysema (a common type of chronic obstructive lung disease) if they lack the alpha-1 antitrypsin protein, but this case is rare. When Stem cells are given intravenously, improvements occur over a period of several weeks to months: respiratory and forced volume capacity increases, breathing improves, mucus is reduced and scar tissue is reversed. Patients also experience a measurable increase in lung function post-treatment.
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