Stem Cell Therapy
Stem cells are the body’s basic raw materials out of which specialized cells are generated: blood cells, brain cells, and bone marrow for example. Cancer stem cells come from stem cells.. Chemotherapy and drugs can be targeted to attack the tumor cells in a growing variety of ways. The general principle is to persuade them to commit suicide—apoptosis—by interfering with the messages that regulate their interaction with other cells. However, the traditional pharmacopeia, radiation and chemo don’t kill off the stem cells. The tumor shrinks but over time it grows back. The ARC Institute has developed multiple protocols involving the holistic targeting of cancer stem cells. Below, a few educational videos for newcomers who have not taken our workshops.
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