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CBC Health is providing innovative cord blood infusions for individuals across the globe who have had an ischemic stroke.

Currently, we may be the only clinic providing this treatment. Other institutions and universities are conducting clinical trials on the topic.

We have 20 years’ experience with cord blood banking storing around 200 000 CBU.

Stroke Treatment

Ischemic stroke patients treated by CBC Health may benefit from regenerative improvements in the brain that can include:

Scientific Background

Cord blood cells treatment has been studied in several clinical trials on patients with brain impairment caused by ischemic stroke. All have shown significant improvement.

Important facts about Cord Blood infusion treatment

  • Moderate improvement in motoric and cognitive functions after the treatment is highly probable, based on published results of clinical studies. These clinical studies have been conducted on patients with cerebral palsy and stroke.
  • Risks of cord blood infusion are very low, well known and transparent. They are comparable to the risks of blood cells transfusion.
  • Some patients experience higher improvement and others lower.
  • Although we are currently only located in Munich, Germany, we are accustomed to accommodating patients from all over the world with the help of our Medical Concierge. We provide assistance throughout the whole process of getting to and from the treatment in Munich.

Industry Support for Cord Blood Stem Cell Treatments

"What they (stem cells) do is to pump out very powerful growth factors, molecules and proteins that enhance native mechanisms of recovery, such as new synapses of neurons that are there, new blood vessels, and they have a very profound effect on modulating the immune system."

Dr. Gary Steinberg, Professor and Chair of NeurologyStanford University School of Medicine

"Factors secreted by the transplanted (umbilical cord) cells were able to offer a neuroprotective effect. This may relate to the cells secreting vascular endothelial growth factors (VEGF), brain-derived growth factors (BDNF), and neurotrophin-3 (NT-3), all of which have potential benefits for the treatment of stroke."

"We believe that the primitive cells found in whole umbilical cord blood can help reduce swelling in the brain faster and rescue some brain cells that are on the brink of death."

John J. Volpi, M.D., Co-directorHouston Methodist Eddy Scurlock Stroke Center

CBC Health

CBC Health is providing innovative cord blood infusions for individuals across the globe who have had an ischemic stroke.

Currently, we may be the only clinic providing this treatment. Other institutions and universities are conducting clinical trials on the topic.

We have 20 years’ experience with cord blood banking storing around 200 000 CBU.

Stroke Treatment

Ischemic stroke patients treated by CBC Health may benefit from regenerative improvements in the brain that can include:

Scientific Background

Cord blood cells treatment has been studied in several clinical trials on patients with brain impairment caused by ischemic stroke. All have shown significant improvement.

Important facts about Cord Blood infusion treatment

  • Moderate improvement in motoric and cognitive functions after the treatment is highly probable, based on published results of clinical studies. These clinical studies have been conducted on patients with cerebral palsy and stroke.
  • Risks of cord blood infusion are very low, well known and transparent. They are comparable to the risks of blood cells transfusion.
  • Some patients experience higher improvement and others lower.
  • Although we are currently only located in Munich, Germany, we are accustomed to accommodating patients from all over the world with the help of our Medical Concierge. We provide assistance throughout the whole process of getting to and from the treatment in Munich.

Industry Support for Cord Blood Stem Cell Treatments

"What they (stem cells) do is to pump out very powerful growth factors, molecules and proteins that enhance native mechanisms of recovery, such as new synapses of neurons that are there, new blood vessels, and they have a very profound effect on modulating the immune system."

Dr. Gary Steinberg, Professor and Chair of NeurologyStanford University School of Medicine

"Factors secreted by the transplanted (umbilical cord) cells were able to offer a neuroprotective effect. This may relate to the cells secreting vascular endothelial growth factors (VEGF), brain-derived growth factors (BDNF), and neurotrophin-3 (NT-3), all of which have potential benefits for the treatment of stroke."

"We believe that the primitive cells found in whole umbilical cord blood can help reduce swelling in the brain faster and rescue some brain cells that are on the brink of death."

John J. Volpi, M.D., Co-directorHouston Methodist Eddy Scurlock Stroke Center
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