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Advanced Stem Cell Therapy for Leukemia in Mexico

The life-saving Stem Cell Treatment in Mexico is being provided at a 70% lower cost than in your home country. The same transplant could cost you thousands of dollars at home. This is why this treatment option has gained much popularity in recent times.

After a long period of clinical trials and controversies, Stem Cell Transplant is now being performed on individuals suffering from degenerative diseases. The success of these therapies can be observed in the fact that people will terminal illnesses are living better lives now.


According to statistics from the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, one person is diagnosed with blood cancer every 3 minutes in the United States (US).

Here are a few more startling statistics to give you an idea about the seriousness of the problem:

  • An estimated 1,345,123 people in the US are either living with, or are in remissionfrom, leukemia, lymphoma or myeloma.
  • One person dies of blood cancer every 9 minutes in the USA. This adds up to approximately 160 people each day or more than 6 people every hour.

What is Leukemia?

Leukemia is a Cancer of the blood or bone marrow. The basic defect lies in the production of blood cells. Blood cells are formed in the bone marrow. Usually, the cells affected in particular are the White Blood Cells (WBCs).

In Leukemia, WBCs overgrow and divide at a higher frequency. Their life span also becomes longer than usual. These cells will not be able to perform their functions properly. Thus, the body’s immunity will be compromised.

Forms of Leukemia

Leukemia can be classified in two ways:

  1. On the basis of type of cell affected:
  • Lymphoid
  • Myeloid
  1. On the basis of speed of onset:
  • Acute: The onset of the disease is rapid.
  • Chronic: the onset is very slow.

So, combining these two, we get four distinct types:

  1. Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML)
  2. Acute Lymphoid Leukemia (ALL)
  3. Chronic Myeloid Leukemia (CML)
  4. Chronic Lymphoid Leukemia (CLL)

Some other forms of the disease have been observed, including the following:

  • Hairy Cell Leukemia
  • Myelodysplastic Leukemia
  • Myeloproliferative Leukemia


Pain in the bones and joints Red spots on the body (petechiae)
Swollen Lymph Nodes Fever and anemia
Fatigue Bleeding, bruising
Frequent Infections Loss of appetite
Weight loss Enlargement of Liver and Spleen

Why Stem Cells?

Stem Cells are a blessing in disguise for the patients who are suffering from life-altering disorders like Leukemia.

Following high-dose chemotherapy, stem cells are infused into the patient’s body. Chemotherapy will get rid of the cancerous cells. The stem cells will promote the formation of new, healthy blood cells.

What causes Leukemia?

The exact cause of Leukemia is unknown. However, several factors have been linked with the disease. Some of these are:

  • DNA mutation
  • Tobacco consumption
  • Family history
  • Ionizing radiation
  • Identical twins

If one of two identical twins has leukemia, there is a 20% chance that the other will have it within a year.

Known Complications of Stem Cell Therapy

There are two main complications which need to be avoided after stem cell treatment:

  1. Infections: The time period of recovery is when the patient is highly prone to infections. Care should be taken to limit human contact. An antibiotic regimen is also given in such cases.
  2. Graft versus Host Disease (GvHD): This occurs when there is a mis-match between the cells of the donor and the recipient. The most common symptoms are rashes and fever. This condition can be life-threatening and should be taken very seriously.

How can I reduce my risk of getting Leukemia?

  1. Quit smoking
  2. Avoid high-risk chemicals like Benzene
  3. Healthy diet, which will further make a strong immune system
  4. Protection from radiation


  1. Consultation:

This step involves examination of the patient’s condition by the concerned doctor. Various tests are done and past medical records are also taken into account. The patient can discuss the procedure with the doctor at length.

  1. Treatment Plan: A treatment plan is decided upon and all aspects of the plan are discussed with the patient.
  2. Pre-op Preparation: The pre-op prep includes full physical examination and testing. The patient’s vital signs are kept under constant check to avoid any complications.
  3. Transplantation:
  • Extraction of Fat: Fat tissue is extracted from the donor site. This will serve as the source for stem cells.
  • Separation and Cultivation of Stem Cells: Stem cells are separated from the fat tissue using special machinery.
  • Reverse Aging process and Function assignment: The isolated stem cells are then made ‘blank’. The result is Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (IPSCs). These can now be converted to any other cell of the body.
  • Infusion of stem cells into recipient’s body: The final stem cells are infused into the patient’s body. These will then reach the target organ and perform the specified function.

5 things to know about Leukemia

  1. Surgery has very little role in the treatment of leukemia. It is a blood cancer which can not be excised by surgery.
  2. Leukemia is the most common cancer in the under 20 age group. In the elderly, people above 60 years of age are the most commonly affected.
  3. There may be late effects of leukemia. Among others, there maybe heart, liver and lung troubles. Patients have also reported some problems in the bones and muscles.
  4. Maintenance therapy might be required.
  5. Many patients have achieved partial or complete remission after stem cell therapy.

Why MTC?

  • Medical Tourism Corporation has an impeccable track record of almost 12 years in the business now.
  • We have an A+ accreditation from the BBB (Better Business Bureau).
  • The MTC works with the top-most names in the field of stem cell research.
  • We have successfully arranged for the treatment of thousands of patients.
  • Our network clinics provide the quality medical care at very low costs.
  • At the destination, we provide free concierge services.
  • Our doctors are highly qualified and have many years of experience.
  • We provide assistance in accommodation and transportation to and from the clinic.
  • Logistical support will also be provided to our patients free of cost.
  • Our Case Managers are always available. In case of any problems, we will be sure to find a solution as soon as possible.
  • Our team will make sure to follow up with you even after the procedure is done. You will be given proper post-op support.

About our Stem Cell Research Center

Being a major name in the stem cell research industry for over a decade, our stem cell clinic has treated thousands of patients over the years. It is being led by the pioneer in the field of stem cell research, Dr. Anand Srivastava.

Our unique technology of using fat tissue to extract stem cells eliminates the need for a suitable donor.

Some other important features about our clinics:

  • We are headquartered in San Diego, USA.
  • We have successfully treated around 4,000 patients in developing countries like India.
  • We are proud owners of the World’s largest Stem Cell Hospital, which has been funded by the Government of India.
  • One-of-its-kind private hospital in India inaugurated by the Prime Minister.
  • Luminaries who have worked at University of California, San Diego (UCSD), University of California Irvine (UCI), Imperial College, London make up our Medical Advisory Board.

The clinic has 3 branches in Mexico:

  1. Tijuana: The Del Prado Hospital is the only one to have received a Certificate of Excellence from the Health Secretary of Mexico.
  2. Guadalajara: The San Javier Hospital was named a specialty hospital by the Mexican General Health Council.
  3. Los Algodones: This center offers Stem Cell Spa services among other things.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How will my child go to school during the treatment period?

While the treatment is going on, the child will have to be in the hospital. After this, when he or she returns to school, some things should be kept in mind.

Firstly, the child is physically weak, so sports is not an option, at least for a while. Parents and teachers should make sure that the child is always under vigilance.

Secondly, the child

  1. Is Leukemia more common in men than in women?

According to the Cancer Statistics Center, the 2019 estimates the affected males to be around 36,000 whereas the female number is about 26,000.

Similarly, the estimated number of deaths by leukemia in 2019 for men are approximately 13.000, and that for females is 9,600.

  1. How is leukemia diagnosed?

Leukemia doesn’t have any obvious early symptoms. It is usually diagnosed during routine physical or blood examinations. A swollen lymph node or an elevated white blood cell count might indicate some abnormality. Following this, the doctor will advice you to get a biopsy to confirm the diagnosis.

  1. What payment methods are available at the stem cell clinic?

Our network clinics accept various payment methods. This includes Cash, Personal Cheques and major debit/credit cards like Visa or Mastercard. PayPal and similar payment options are also available.

  1. Is stem cell therapy legal?

Yes! Adipose Derived Minimally Manipulated Autologous Stem Cell Therapy is regulated by the Federal Drug Administration (FDA and generally falls under physician’s discretion via exception in 21 CFR 1271.15[b] in the United States.

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