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Plasticity for Pulmonary Disease

Millions of people have pulmonary diseases including chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), emphysema, and chronic bronchitis. With advances in stem cell therapy, there is hope for those with lung disease. “Stem cells are the building blocks of life–essential to every organism. They self-renew and replicate, with the ability to form any type of tissue in the body.” (“Stem Cell Treatment Basics” Lung Institute, 2016, Accessed 27 Dec. 2016.

The Lung Institute leads the way in regenerative medicine for lung diseases. “Through their designated practices, our physicians have gained worldwide recognition for the successful application of revolutionary, minimally invasive stem cell therapies for lung disease.” (“Breathe Easier: Stem Cell Therapy For Lung Disease” Lung Institute, 2016, Accessed 27 Dec. 2016. Stem cells have a trait called plasticity. They can convert their roles to other types of tissue in the body. So when they are restituted back to the patient, they advance the mending of lung tissue. See,

People have attributed The Lung Institute for providing a better quality of life after receiving stem cell therapy for their pulmonary disease. If you have chronic lung disease and are interested in what other patients have to say about the process look no further than the testimonial page on The Lung Institute’s website. One example is of Jerry E. from Kernersville, NC who was diagnosed with COPD. “Frustrated at the necessity to have put his favorite pastimes on the back burner, he decided to try stem cell therapy at the Lung Institute. After treatment, Jerry says he can mow the yard and be outside without any problems, and he can help his wife with household chores.” (“Positive Outcomes-Changed Lives” Lung Institute, 2016, Accessed 27 Dec. 2016., Read full atricle on

PR Web says that the world-class facility of Lung Institute is dedicated to helping people who are struggling with Pulmonary Diseases, and with the successes of stem cell therapy it is no wonder that they are achieving a better quality of life for their patients and helping them breath easier. Find out more by simply giving them a call (888) 510-9356 or going to their website