A medical procedure whereby Human Fetal Stem Cells are transplanted into a Fibromyalgia patient. These cellular building blocks are usually administered intravenously and subcutaneously (under the skin). It is a painless procedure, which takes place in approximately one hour, and has no known negative side effects*.
The Fetal Stem Cell searches out, detects and then attempts to repair any damage or deficiency discovered, as well as releases growth factors, which stimulate the body's own repair mechanisms.
Commonly, significant positive changes are seen between three to six months post treatment in Fibromyalgia patients. At times, these changes can occur in as little as weeks or even days after receiving treatment.