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Exosomes

Exosomes

What are exosomes?

Exosomes are chemical messengers released from stem cells (link?) that promote cell to cell communication. The stem cell material contained in the exosome gets released into your cells when they bind, creating a healing effect on the DNA of the cell receiving the exosome. https://bmcbiol.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12915-016-0268-z

Who are they good for?

Exosomes are good for people with chronic disease, joint pain from injuries or degeneration, skin damaged by sun or aging, and neurological problems like stroke, Parkinson’s disease, or brain trauma. They can be used as an injection into a single area to target treatment there, or they can be given systemically through an IV for whole body effects. They will find the cells that need healing and go to work to regenerate and restore function.

How long do they last?

Once the desired result is achieved, treatment should not need to be repeated unless or until further damage or disease arises.

What are the side effects?

The therapy is safe with only a risk of mild side effects such as pain or infection at the injection site, which would likely not be related to the exosomes themselves. These symptoms would resolve with proper care.

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