Diabetes type 1 and 2


Diabetes mellitus is a chronic disease that develops due to absolute or relative insufficiency of the pancreatic hormone insulin. With its shortage in body tissues, the blood glucose level rises – hyperglycemia occurs, which is dangerous for almost all body systems.With its shortage in body tissues, the blood glucose level rises – hyperglycemia occurs, which is dangerous for almost all body systems.

Varieties of diabetes

  •  In type 1 diabetes, the pancreatic cells responsible for insulin production die – insulin is not produced in sufficient quantities.
  •  With type 2 diabetes, insulin is produced, but the body’s sensitivity to it decreases.

Symptoms of the disease

  • constant dry mouth;
  • feeling of thirst with the inability to satisfy her;
  • a significant increase in urine output (portioned and total urine excreted per day);
  • decrease / sharp increase in weight and body fat;
  • severe itching of the skin when it is dry;
  • increased tendency to pustular processes on the skin and soft tissues;
  • muscle weakness and excessive sweating;
  • poor healing of any wounds.

As the disease progresses, complications can appear that affect almost all organs – even to the occurrence of life-threatening conditions.

The most important part of the treatment of type 1 diabetes mellitus is timely insulin injections, which are necessary throughout life. In type 2 diabetes, medications that eliminate insulin resistance are prescribed. Naturally, such treatment of symptoms brings little benefit to the body, and significantly reduces the quality of life.

However, existing treatment methods only reduce the severity of hyperglycemia or temporarily improve insulin sensitivity in tissues, but they are not able to prevent progressive β-cell dysfunction. Not to mention the fact that the quality of human life with such treatment is significantly reduced.

Stem cells have a unique property – the ability to transform into any type of cell, including endoderm cells:

  •  Therapy is very effective in type 1 diabetes: Stem cells are transformed into pancreatic cells responsible for insulin production, and the destroyed tissue is restored. The patient has a real chance to become insulin-independent – or get the opportunity to halve the daily dose of the drug.
  •  With type 2 diabetes, from the autologous mesenchymal stem cells in the laboratory, cells of the pancreatic endocrine glands are produced, producing insulin, which are then implanted into the pancreas. Patients in the initial stage of the disease (2 years) after a single injection of autologous mesenchymal stem cells for two years already have normal glycosylated hemoglobin and blood glucose levels. That is, these patients no longer need insulin injections and immunosuppressive drugs.



The effect of therapy: pancreatic function is normalized, there is a significant relief of the condition. Stem cell therapy strengthens the immune system and restores the cardiovascular system: for patients with diabetes, this is especially important, because this disease is often complicated by a serious circulatory disturbance, especially in the small vessels of the limbs.

Benefits of Cellular Diabetes Therapy

Stem cell therapy doesn’t just make you feel better – it solves the problem fundamentally!

  • Simplicity, comfort, and speed of an outpatient procedure.
  • Highest efficiency.
  • Low injuries.
  • Clinically proven safety: no risk of rejection and other side effects.
  • Cell therapy reduces the amount of insulin administered and improves the quality of life.


Diabetes treatment results

  • a significant improvement in the functioning of the pancreas due to renewal
  • her tissues;
  • regulation of metabolism and insulin production;
  • lowering blood sugar;
  • positive impact on the work of other bodies;
  • reduced need for regular insulin intake.

Formation of a diabetic foot

  • normalization of carbohydrate metabolism;
  • healing of trophic lesions.

Diabetic retinopathy

  • restoration of a damaged retina;
  • improvement of the state of the retina;
  • stimulation of the growth of new vessels to the organs of vision;
  • ability to save vision.

Diabetic Angiopathy

  • strengthening the immune system
  • increase the body’s resistance to infections;
  • stop the destruction of soft tissues on the limbs.

Today, thanks to innovative, absolutely safe therapy with autologous (own) mesenchymal stem cells, you have a real chance to eliminate the cause itself and overcome both the disease itself and the complications associated with its course!