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What is Cell Therapy?

Cell therapy (also called cellular therapy or cytotherapy) is therapy in which cellular material is injected into a patient; this generally means intact, living cells.

Cell therapy is an expanding branch of therapy, involving the use of human cells to regenerate damaged tissues or organs of the patient. These cells may come from the same patient, or from a donor. This method differs from transplants in that it is not used in whole organs or tissues but from isolated, purified and sometimes modified cells. Cell therapy often uses stem or progenitor cells that have an internal regenerative potential for damaged tissues.

Stem Cell Therapy

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MSC Therapy – Mesenchymal Stem Cells

MSCs are immunomodulatory, multipotent and fast proliferating and these unique capabilities mean they can be used for a wide range of treatments.
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Immunotherapy

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Staff

Dominika Sługocka
Head of Administration

Members of the research team of the Polish Center for Cell Therapies and Immunotherapy:

dr n. med. Beata Świątkowska-Flis
Head of Unit, Neurologist
dr n med. Agnieszka Borkowska
Ophthalmologist
dr hab. n. med. Beata Łabuz-Roszak
Neurologist
lek. med. Elżbieta Morawiec-Szymonik
Coordinator for Immunotherapy, Hematologist, Internist
lek. med. Małgorzata Chrzuszcz
Anesthesiologist
dr n. med. Marian Halkiewicz
Pediatrician
dr n. med. Paweł Molga
Otolaryngologist
mgr Wojciech Gancza
Physiotherapist

Members of the research team of the Polish Bank for Stem Cells:

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Klara Medical Center

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Scientific articles

Contact

Address

Wały Dwernickiego 43/45
42-202 Częstochowa

Telephone

+48 34 534 5003

Registration

+48 (34) 534 5003