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Bronchitis is characterized as an inflammation of the mucous membranes of the bronchi, the airways that carry airflow from the trachea into the lungs. Bronchitis can be divided into two categories, acute and chronic, each of which has unique etiologies, pathologies, and therapies.

Acute bronchitis is characterized by the development of a cough, with or without the production of mucous that is coughed up from the respiratory tract. Acute bronchitis often occurs during the course of an acute viral illness such as the common cold or flu.

Chronic bronchitis is characterized by the presence of a productive cough that lasts for three months or more per year for at least two years. Chronic bronchitis most often develops due to recurrent injury to the airways caused by inhaled irritants. Smoking is the most common cause, followed by air pollution and occupational exposure to irritants.

Bronchitis and Live Cell Therapy

Cell therapies have been well tested for the treatment of respiratory diseases. In most cases,  thymus extract has been prescribed either as mono therapy or in combination with antibiotics. One physician concluded that thymus extract was “the treatment of choice”. He explained this bold statement by saying that “it effectively changed the natural course of the disease by working at the causative level.”

Double blind studies performed on children with reoccurring respiratory infections showed a boost in their immune system and a decrease in the number of yearly infections, as well as a reduction in the severity of the infections they  did suffer. Thymus has also been used successfully as a preventative therapy.

In adults, an improvement in their immune status (increase in their T-lymphocyte cells) could be found in about 70% of patients treated with thymus extract. This resulted in a reduction of their symptoms and eliminated the need for antibiotics.

Sports Injuries

The use of cell therapy in sports has a long history. Many professional and Olympic athletes have profited from treatment using live cell or cell extracts.


In order to reach the peak of your performance it is important that the body is fine-tuned and in perfect working order. Any workout or training session causes micro trauma to the muscles and joints. In fact this process is necessary in order for the body to adapt to athletic activity. Muscle, bone and cartilage are partly built up by a process called hyper-compensation. This means that during exercise, cells are damaged or destroyed. The body then replaces these cells and adds a few more of them to protect from further injury. That is why it is important to stick to a workout routine and observe the periods of rest between workouts

Cell therapies can help to boost the body’s ability to produce new healthy cells. This in turn can lead to faster results and a boost in performance.

Sports Injuries

The worst thing that can happen to a professional athlete is to suffer injury. Their highly tuned bodies are delicate and react to the slightest injury. Muscle fiber tears, ligament ruptures, bruises and bone injuries all  affect the level of performance and can often make the difference between winning and losing.

Again, cell therapies can help to speed up recovery after injury. Many athletes have benefited from the use of cell therapies after suffering an injury.

The benefits of cell therapy may be:

  • Faster healing time
  • Faster recovery time
  • Better healing quality
  • Fewer cases of chronic damage
  • Fewer postoperative complications

Immune Boost

In order to be able to push the body to its limits, it is important that the immune system be intact and in perfect working order. Due to fast and deep breathing in all types of weather, professional athletes may be susceptible to respiratory tract infections. Professionals are required to perform no matter how they feel. A slight cold, sinusitis, or a cough can be devastating to an athlete’s level of performance.

Cell therapies have been shown to boost the immune system, causing the body to increase its production of protective killer cells. Also, recovery times after infection have been shown to be reduced and the symptoms were less severe in patients receiving cell therapy.

Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia. German psychiatrist and neuropathologist Alois Alzheimer first described this incurable and terminal disease in 1906. It is generally diagnosed in people 65 years of age and older. Alzheimer’s disease can take a toll on the patient, the caregiver, as well as family members. . It is frequently related to the aging process, although many elderly ones never experience symptoms. It has been found to be degenerative and inherited. In 2006, there were 26.6 million patients affected globally. Alzheimer’s is predicted to affect one in 85 people worldwide by 2050.


Alzheimer’s Disease and Live Cell Therapy

One woman suffered from Alzheimer’s for 10 years.  At the age of 65 she found it to be untreatable.  She took a cocktail of Live Cell Extract, including brain extract, thymus, and other cell treatments. Eight days after implantation the patient spontaneously came into her doctor and was able to speak without stuttering, and showed almost no signs of trouble recalling people’s faces or names anymore, and felt “light and free” in her head again. All this made her feel euphoric. This surprising improvement lasted for 3 years. Afterwards cell injections were repeated. This time the same success was achieved after 2.5 weeks, but it lasted 5 years. This means that she received the same implantation dose again when her state had become worse, and today she is free of all her prior symptoms. After the follow-ups in the clinic – on the phone the doctor talks about a “miracle” – it has been concluded that, with the given course of illness, it could not have been Alzheimer’s disease! Be that as it may, the encephala trophic process indicated Alzheimer’s disease, as it was originally diagnosed by the clinic. Even today, due to the course and the present clinical findings, the diagnosis is not believed to be true. There is no doubt that the patient, aged 67, is much more fit today than she was at 49 years of age. Astonishing!

Diabetic Complications

Due to bad blood circulation in the feet, many diabetics suffer from ulcers and bacterial infections. These infections can often lead to alterations of the underlying bone structures. In serious cases this can lead to amputation of the foot or lower leg. Diabetic infections commonly take much longer to heal than skin infections in healthy subjects. Experiments using cell therapy have shown a considerable reduction in healing time for patients receiving treatment.

Diabetic Complications and Live Cell Therapy

Several case studies have shown that patients suffering from diabetic complications, such as gangrenous infections of the limbs, fingers and toes, as well as other skin infections and ulcers, can and have been treated with the immune boosting live cell extract Resistocell. These patients have seen dramatic improvements such as reduced infection and reduced healing time. Many have spent less time in hospital beds due to these treatments. Blood circulation is increased with the live cell thymus extract, and patient’s immunity greatly increases during the time they are treated with thymus extract. Diabetics who smoke or drink alcohol are at greater risk of getting these types of infections, but treatment plans can help these sufferers as well to reduce these incidents and maintain as healthy a lifestyle as possible with this debilitating disease.

Cardiac Function

In a 4-year study comparing treatments for men with biopsy proven myocarditis (the inflammation of the heart muscle), 13 men were treated with live cell thymus extract plus conventional treatment, 13 with interferon-alpha cell extract therapy plus conventional treatment, and 12 with conventional treatment alone for a period of 2 years. At the 2 year follow-up the men treated with live cell extract therapy showed significant improvement in left ventricular ejection fraction, 81% versus 66% in the men with conventional treatment alone, and maximum exercise time of 5 minutes versus 3 minutes.  At the 4 year follow-up, 88% of the men treated with live cell had normal electrocardiograms, compared with 22% of the men who were treated with conventional methods alone, and 73% had improved their functional class, compared to 25% of the men in the control group.

Male Infertility

Asthenozoospermia is the medical term for reduced sperm mobility. This decreases the quality of the sperm and their ability to achieve fertilization. This is, therefore, one of the major causes of infertility or reduced fertility in men. This may be caused by old age but generally is thought to be a disorder rather than the norm.

Male Infertility and Cell Therapy

A study performed in 1996 revealed that men with this condition who received 7 days of cell therapy showed a significant increase in sperm mobility. In the course of this study, thymus extract was added directly to a sperm sample of these men. In both cases, the mobility of the sperm increased. Men who are afflicted with this condition and who want to have children can explore many options. However, this treatment is the safest, most effective way to  restore the fertility of men who suffer from reduced sperm mobility.


Pre-eclampsia and Eclampsia

Eclampsia is an extremely serious, rare and potentially life-threatening complication of pregnancy, and is characterized by the appearance of tonic-clonic seizures, usually in a patient who had developed pre-eclampsia. Eclampsia can be characterized as seizures and possibly coma that happen during pregnancy, but are not due to pre-existing brain disorders.

Eclampsia and Live Cell Therapy

Progressive immune depression accompanied by a parallel drop in parathyroid hormone levels to critical values has been demonstrated in patients with eclampsia. Patients with pre-eclampsia delivering by cesarean section were treated post-operatively with the thymus extract, T-activin.  Cellular immunity was compared with patients receiving no T-activin.  A marked immuno-stimulatory effect of the thymus extract on T-lymphocytes, and especially on theophylline-resistant T- lymphocyte subpopulations, was observed. The effect of T-activin was most marked on the third to fifth day of the postoperative period.


Microorganisms causing infections that latch themselves onto burn patients are often acquired in hospitals.  These infections commonly involve gram-positive organisms, which may be resistant to several antibiotics. Burn victims often are plagued with these microbes as hospital cleanliness and precautionary measures become more and more lax.

Burns and Live Cell Therapy

Teicoplanin, a live cell extract, alone and in combination with additional antibacterial drugs, proved effective in the treatment of gram-positive infections of various types in hospitalized burn patients.

In another study the thymus extract T-activin was used in combination with sodium nucleinate plus lidocaine (a pain reliever) to restore functions of the lymphocytes and increase immunity in severely burned animals.. The treatment was successful in limiting infection of the burns with pathogens.  This led to a decreased death rate.

Immunosenescence (Immune Effects of Aging)

A strong and vigorous immune system is especially important in the health of the elderly. The lifestyle of most elderly persons in our society compromises immunity in many ways. Several of the common causes of compromised immunity listed earlier are especially relevant to aging persons. As a group, older people tend to exercise less, consume more prescription and non-prescription drugs, and are exposed to more medical procedures. Insufficient nutrition is also a common problem associated with aging. This stress on the body can occur at a time of life in which inadequate digestion combined with decreased liver function compound their detrimental effects on immune function. Because these conditions are additive and cumulative, it is difficult to determine exactly how much of the aging in humans is due to the natural physical process and how much is incurred by lifestyle components that lead to compromised immunity.  Even though the exact proportion may be difficult to assess, it is no coincidence that many of the causes of compromised immunity are contributed to by the aging process.


One of the most consistent findings associated with immunosenescence in humans and animals is a decline in function as well as a decrease in T cell numbers as aging increases. The consequence of this process is an increased susceptibility to infections, autoimmune diseases and cancer. Liquid thymus extracts have been used to help restore cellular immunity, including the number and function of T-lymphocytes. The question is whether liquid thymus extracts can do the same in the elderly.

Immunosenescence and Live Cell Therapy

Basically, the reason for decreased health as we advance in years is that our thymus gland, which can control much of our ability to fight disease and infection, greatly decreases in size from infancy to late adulthood. What once would have bounced off us at age 18 may now cripple us at age 78. This is most definitely due to the fact that, by age 50, our thymus gland shrinks to about an eighth of the size it was when we were born.. This can lead to all sorts of health problems.  It is why we look older, why our health degenerates, why we get sick and why we eventually die. As morbid as that sounds, there is a flickering light of hope on the horizon. Thymus extract, thymostimulin, and other live cell extracts can, simply put, fight the aging process. As we age and our thymus gland continues to shrink, thymus extract can boost our shrinking thymus gland and help us stay young, at least as far as our immune system is concerned. We have the ability to fight disease better than ever before. And with this treatment, the symptoms of immunosenescence can be greatly reduced.


Undergoing any kind of surgery is traumatic and involves certain risks that must be carefully considered before giving consent. Many patients are worried about postoperative infections, some of which are actually contracted in the hospital. MRSA and other Staph infections regularly make the headlines. For this reason, it is important to have an intact and strong immune system to assure the best possible outcome. This is where cell therapies can play an important role.

Surgery and Live Cell Therapy

Some studies have shown that cell therapy can help reduce postoperative infections. Certain types of surgery such as colorectal surgery, abdominal surgery and orthopedic surgery carry a high risk of postoperative infections. Patients who underwent these surgeries and were treated with thymus live cell extract, in addition to standard antibiotic therapy, showed a significantly lower incidence of postoperative infection.