From ancient times through the folklore of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, the notion of young blood as an elixir has fascinated humankind. In 1864, French scientist Paul Bert demonstrated the concept of parabiosis, meaning living beside, by surgically connecting the circulatory systems of two mice. Bert’s exploratory work confirmed the feasibility of shared blood supplies.
In the 1950s, the concept advanced to investigate heterochronic parabiosis, surgically connecting a young mouse with an older mouse to study the effects on metabolism. By the early 2000s, researchers began to understand exactly how factors from the young mice led to tissue regeneration in the aged mice exposed to the young blood supply.
Rejenevie™ has developed a practical application of the parabiosis concept at the stem cell level. The goal of our immune restoration therapy is to reset the body’s immune system over about a three-month period to start producing more infection- and cancer-fighting cells and fewer inflammatory cells. We believe by boosting the immune system, we can restore a healthier life that is less laden with sickness and disease.
Rejenevie™ offers patients cell culture-based treatments at our clinic at the Okyanos Center for Regenerative Medicine in Freeport, Bahamas, in collaboration with the National Stem Cell Ethics Committee of the Bahamas. Our approach is both sophisticated and simple.
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