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What is the difference between stem cell therapy in the
United States and Stem Cell Therapy in Mexico

One of the most common questions we get in the field of stem
cell therapy and regenerative Medicine is: what is the difference
between stem cell therapy in the United States and Stem Cell
Therapy in Mexico?

A very fair question and a tricky one, that can be addressed by
three main aspects:

  1. Price.
  2. Regulations.
  3. Bedside Manner.

Cost of Stem Cell Therapy in Mexico

Pricing of Stem Cell Therapy in Mexico, United States or any
other part of the world is tied with local regulations. Accessible
pricing means underregulated procedure, while regulations tend to
make stem cell therapy more costly. In most countries, regulations
for stem cell therapies are confusing and overwhelming (more on
this in the next paragraph), not only on the legal aspect but also
on the financial and bureaucratic expenditures. If stem cell
treatments protocols vary from clinic to clinic, just imagine how
it can vary from country to country. Considering Stem Cell
Treatments with a regulated protocol under a fully licensed
setting, on average costs  80%  more in the United States when
compared to Stem Cell Therapy in Mexico.

Regulations of Stem Cell Therapy in Mexico   

    One of the most robust and respected government
institutions in Mexico is COFEPRIS (Comisión Federal para la
Protección contra Riesgos Sanitarios.) the mexican version of the
FDA. Complying with the regulations and protocols established by
the federal agency is an ongoing and arduous task that few clinics
and/or doctors can keep up with. As an example, here is the list of
licences a stem cell treatment center needs to have to operate in
Mexico:

  • Regenerative Medicine
  • Progenitor or Trunk Cell Bank
  • Trunk Cell Bank
  • Progenitor or Stem Cell Collection Center
  • Trunk Cell Collection Center
  • Progenitor Cell Bank
  • Collection Center
  • Provision and Bank of Progenitor or Stem Cells for Transplant
    Purposes

This highly regulated environment in Mexico is actually
beneficial for international patients looking to have stem cell
therapy in Mexico. Thanks to these strict regulations, Stem Cell Treatment centers in
Mexico can offer the safest protocol, making Mexico one of
preferred stem cell treatment destinations in the world.

Regulation of Stem Cell Therapies in the United States is too
extreme or too lax, leaving ample leeway to deregulation. The FDA
allows stem cell therapy in the US if and only if they are
minimally manipulated and are used for an autologous treatment.
Cells may not be expanded nor used to treat multiple conditions,
unless a clinical trial is approved by the FDA which requires
adhering to a very complex protocol uplifting the cost
exponentially. What this policy has accomplished is that most stem
cell clinics in the United States follow the deregulated path
turning the field of cell therapies in the United States into the
Wild
West of dubious cell treatments
.

Bedside Manner.

There is also another aspect as important as the mentioned above
that differentiates the field of regenerative medicine of Mexico
from the United States: bedside manner.  Mexican caregivers tend to
offer a more empathic service and get involved more with the
patients.  Making it easier and natural for Stem Cell Treatment
Centers in Mexico to offer a holistic and human approach to
regenerative medicine.

If you are considering Stem Cell Therapy in Mexico or would to
know more about the context of Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell
Therapies in Mexico, feel free to contact us at 1 (888) 443
6235 or send an email to info@progencell.com

The post
What is the difference between stem cell therapy in the United
States and Stem Cell Therapy in Mexico
appeared first on
Progencell – Stem Cell
Therapies
.

One of the most common questions we get in the field of stem
cell therapy and regenerative Medicine is: what is the difference
between stem cell therapy in the United States and Stem Cell
Therapy in Mexico?

A very fair question and a tricky one, that can be addressed by
three main aspects:

  1. Price.
  2. Regulations.
  3. Bedside Manner.

Cost of Stem Cell Therapy in Mexico

Pricing of Stem Cell Therapy in Mexico, United States or any
other part of the world is tied with local regulations. Accessible
pricing means underregulated procedure, while regulations tend to
make stem cell therapy more costly. In most countries, regulations
for stem cell therapies are confusing and overwhelming (more on
this in the next paragraph), not only on the legal aspect but also
on the financial and bureaucratic expenditures. If stem cell
treatments protocols vary from clinic to clinic, just imagine how
it can vary from country to country. Considering Stem Cell
Treatments with a regulated protocol under a fully licensed
setting, on average costs  80%  more in the United States when
compared to Stem Cell Therapy in Mexico.

Regulations of Stem Cell Therapy in Mexico   

    One of the most robust and respected government
institutions in Mexico is COFEPRIS (Comisión Federal para la
Protección contra Riesgos Sanitarios.) the mexican version of the
FDA. Complying with the regulations and protocols established by
the federal agency is an ongoing and arduous task that few clinics
and/or doctors can keep up with. As an example, here is the list of
licences a stem cell treatment center needs to have to operate in
Mexico:

  • Regenerative Medicine
  • Progenitor or Trunk Cell Bank
  • Trunk Cell Bank
  • Progenitor or Stem Cell Collection Center
  • Trunk Cell Collection Center
  • Progenitor Cell Bank
  • Collection Center
  • Provision and Bank of Progenitor or Stem Cells for Transplant
    Purposes

This highly regulated environment in Mexico is actually
beneficial for international patients looking to have stem cell
therapy in Mexico. Thanks to these strict regulations, Stem Cell Treatment centers in
Mexico can offer the safest protocol, making Mexico one of
preferred stem cell treatment destinations in the world.

Regulation of Stem Cell Therapies in the United States is too
extreme or too lax, leaving ample leeway to deregulation. The FDA
allows stem cell therapy in the US if and only if they are
minimally manipulated and are used for an autologous treatment.
Cells may not be expanded nor used to treat multiple conditions,
unless a clinical trial is approved by the FDA which requires
adhering to a very complex protocol uplifting the cost
exponentially. What this policy has accomplished is that most stem
cell clinics in the United States follow the deregulated path
turning the field of cell therapies in the United States into the
Wild
West of dubious cell treatments
.

Bedside Manner.

There is also another aspect as important as the mentioned above
that differentiates the field of regenerative medicine of Mexico
from the United States: bedside manner.  Mexican caregivers tend to
offer a more empathic service and get involved more with the
patients.  Making it easier and natural for Stem Cell Treatment
Centers in Mexico to offer a holistic and human approach to
regenerative medicine.

If you are considering Stem Cell Therapy in Mexico or would to
know more about the context of Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell
Therapies in Mexico, feel free to contact us at 1 (888) 443
6235 or send an email to info@progencell.com

The post
What is the difference between stem cell therapy in the United
States and Stem Cell Therapy in Mexico
appeared first on
Progencell – Stem Cell
Therapies
.

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