Liver Cirrhosis

Liver Cirrhosis: A Next-Generation Treatment Approach

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A New Treatment Delivering Uncommon Results

At StemCells21 we offer a new treatment to Liver Cirrhosis that delivers health outcomes that many did not know were possible. 

Our treatment provides a more comprehensive Liver Cirrhosis treatment than conventional therapies offer. It provides critical components of Liver Cirrhosis treatment that conventional therapies miss, and directly targets both the condition’s symptoms and its root causes. 

By following this new approach, we have produced meaningful improvement for each of the Liver Cirrhosis patients we have treated.

The improvements we have produced include, but are not limited to:


Reduced Fibrosis

Removal of Jaundice

Reduced Ascites

Reduced Water Retention

Reduced Chronic Fatigue

Subsiding of Itchy Skin

Reduced Pain and Swelling in the Abdomen, Legs, and Ankles

Decrease in Inflammatory Markers (such as C-Reactive Proteins)

Continue reading to learn how our new approach to Liver Cirrhosis treatment produced these improvements, and how we might produce equivalent improvements for you or your loved one. 

Understanding Liver Cirrhosis: A New Perspective

Liver Cirrhosis, also known as Hepatic Cirrhosis, is a condition that develops as the liver accumulates damage over the long-term and gradually loses functionality. Liver Cirrhosis is a complex degenerative condition that develops over months or years, and can be caused by many factors. These factors include, but are not limited to:

  •   Alcohol abuse.
  •   Genetic factors. 
  •   Hepatitis A, B, C, D, and E.
  •   Iron overload (hemochromatosis).
  •   High quantities of certain medications.
  •   Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NASH).
  •   Infectious Mononucleosis (Epstein Barr virus).


Many of these factors are cumulative, and can build up damage to the liver tissue for a long time before a condition becomes apparent and diagnosed. Over time, the patient may begin to express various symptoms that include weakness and fatigue, weight loss, nausea, vomiting, and jaundice (the yellow discoloration of the skin).

In short: Liver Cirrhosis is a debilitating degenerative disorder that can only be effectively treated by regenerating the affected liver tissue, repairing damage to any other impacted tissues, and restoring the healthy structure and functioning of the liver.

Unfortunately, conventional therapies are not able to address these underlying elements of Liver Cirrhosis, and at best can mask its symptoms in the short-term.

The Fundamental Flaw in Conventional Liver Cirrhosis Therapies

There is no cure for Liver Cirrhosis, but there are a range of conventional therapies used to attempt to treat its symptoms. These therapies vary depending on the underlying condition that has caused the Liver Cirrhosis, though most of these therapies begin with lifestyle modification. Common modifications include reducing alcohol intake and losing weight. However, lifestyle modification can only attempt to minimize the damage accumulated by these factors, and does nothing to actively regenerate the tissue that has already been damaged.

In some cases—in particular when hepatitis is involved—Liver Cirrhosis is treated through medications such as antiviral medications or interferon. These medications are not guaranteed to work, and can carry significant side effects that include additional weakness, headache, nausea, sleep issues, problems breathing, and depression.

Finally, Liver Cirrhosis is also treated through surgery. In the most extreme cases, Liver Cirrhosis is treated through a liver transplant. Each related surgery carries its own risks, and these transplants require a viable liver donor and taking additional immune suppressing drugs.

Each of these conventional therapies are dangerous, with no guarantee of success, and often lack any type of regenerative impact on the liver or other impacted tissues.

Clearly, a new approach to Liver Cirrhosis treatment is needed.

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Our Approach to Liver Cirrhosis Treatment:
What You Will Get

At StemCells21, we offer a regenerative approach to Liver Cirrhosis treatment. Our approach treats Liver Cirrhosis as the complex, degenerative condition that it is, and assists the body’s own ability to repair and regenerate liver tissue and other tissues that have been damaged due to the condition.

Our approach for Liver Cirrhosis treatment centers on the targeted administration of Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSC). Once administered, the cells will divide to replace old or damaged tissue, and contribute to the health of the liver as a whole.

Properly administered stem cells can provide multiple benefits for Liver Cirrhosis. They can:

  •   Transform into new liver tissue.
  •   Migrate to the site of the damage.
  •   Prevent and reduce scar formation.
  •   Communicate with, and alter, nearby cells.
  •   Encourage existing damaged cells to self-repair.
  •   Regulate the immune system, and reduce inflammation.
  •   Protect remaining hepatocytes and prevent them from dying.


Our approach has produced partial or significant improvement to all of our patients’ conditions in a relatively short period of time. Depending on the stage of each patient’s condition, our approach has produced results either almost immediately, or within the first few months following treatment. For even the most challenging cases, we have produced improvement within six months of initial treatment.

Our Approach to Liver Cirrhosis Treatment: How It Works

We have developed a regenerative treatment for Liver Cirrhosis that centers on the targeted administration of Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs). 

Stem cEll treatments offer the first Liver Cirrhosis treatment that is able to regrow the various tissues damaged by the condition, and to regenerate the liver at the cellular level.  

Our treatment introduces a flood of new, multipotent MSCs into the patient’s body, which perform the main therapeutic mechanism of repairing and regrowing the patient’s degenerated liver tissue. The MSCs encourage differentiation into new liver cells, releasing a suite of growth factors to support the growth of new liver tissue, and releasing anti-inflammatory secretions and modulating the immune system to prevent ongoing liver damage.

We combine our MSCs with additional nutrition, RNA, and supportive therapies to give the necessary building blocks for the repair of both the liver and to any additional tissues damaged by the primary condition.

By combining these MSC treatments with supportive therapies, our approach to Liver Cirrhosis treatment can target the underlying conditions and problematic tissues that cause Liver Cirrhosis, and give the body the biological components it needs to recreate healthy tissue. Our treatment supports the body’s own natural healing methods, and helps to return the liver to a state of good health and normalized operations. 

Over time, these therapeutic mechanisms improve the body’s functioning and impact the patient’s symptoms. Our patients typically experience a holistic improvement in their quality of life that includes more energy, lower medication requirements, and a greater sense of day-to-day wellbeing. 

Here’s how it works. 

Your Liver Cirrhosis Treatment Package

We create a customized treatment package for each of our patients. However, each of our treatment packages include a personalized combination of the following core components.

Component 1
Stem Cells

High-quality, multipotent stem cells that we will grow and deploy to help your body treat your condition. 

Component 2
Supportive Therapies

Additional therapies we will leverage to focus your stem cells towards your condition’s specific treatment requirements.

Component 3
Take Home Set

Ongoing therapies that you will administer after your initial treatment, to ensure ongoing regeneration.

Core Component 1: Your Stem Cells

We organize our stem cell packages based on the size, complexity, and progression of your Liver Cirrhosis condition. Less progressed conditions require fewer stem cells to treat.

For Liver Cirrhosis patients who have begun to experience initial symptoms, but who have not yet experienced structural damage to their tissues, we typically recommend a minimum package of 100,000,000 stem cells.

For Liver Cirrhosis patients whose condition has created advanced levels of structural damage to their tissues, we recommend a larger dose of at least 200,000,000 stem cells.

However, any patient can opt for the largest possible package of stem cells. By increasing the volume of stem cells they receive beyond their minimum dosage, they will accelerate their healing and create conditions for quicker rates of repair.

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Core Component 2: Your Supportive Therapies

We select your supportive therapies based on your unique Liver Cirrhosis condition and needs, including how far it has progressed, what symptoms you are expressing, and which of your tissues have been damaged (and to what degree). 


Once designed, your supportive therapies will direct your stem cells to the impacted tissue that need to be regenerated. There, they will trigger selective cell activity such as activating local regeneration, creating a healthier internal environment, and providing your body with additional biological components to deliver a faster and more complete regeneration. 


For Liver Cirrhosis patients, our recommended supportive therapies typically include, but are not limited to:


  • Liver RNA: To provide targeted biological building blocks for the core tissues damaged by Liver Cirrhosis.


  • IV Laser Therapy: To create a more favorable microenvironment in the blood, and to stimulate local tissue activity.


  • IV Oxygen Therapy: To increase blood oxygen levels and create healthier cells.


  • IV Curcumin and Amino-Acids: To reduce Liver Cirrhosis-related inflammation.

Core Component 3: Your Take Home Set

We curate an additional set of simple supportive therapies that you will bring home with you after your treatment and self-administer for one to three months. This take home set prolongs and optimizes the therapeutic effect of your stem cell therapy, by providing ongoing signals and biological components to continue regeneration after your initial treatment. 

For Liver Cirrhosis patients, our recommend take-home set typically includes, but are not limited to:

  • Customized Nutrition & RNA Package: We design a unique nutrition package based on the results of your blood tests and designed to improve your core parameters. 

Your StemCells21 Treatment Experience

While we tailor each treatment to the unique needs of each patient, we will walk most patients through the following five steps.

Step 1

No-Obligation Consultation

First, we will conduct an in-depth consultation to define the right treatment package options for your condition. We will conduct your consultation either over the phone, over a video call, or in-person, depending on your desires. During your consultation, we will review your medical history, your medical evaluation form, and any other medical documents relevant to your condition. One of our doctors will review these documents with you, and recommend a range of appropriate treatment packages.

Step 2

Selection, Scheduling, and Arrangements

You will select the treatment package that you feel best meets your needs, and best aligns the level of investment you can commit. You will pay your upfront fee, and select the most convenient dates to schedule your treatment. From there, we will help you make arrangements for your travel to Bangkok— we will help you select your hotel or your residence for your stay, and we will arrange transportation to pick you up from the airport, and to take you to and from your lodging and our clinic.

Step 3

Initial Treatment

We will perform your initial treatment. On your first day, we will take vital measurements to benchmark your starting health status. Most initial treatment packages require three to six consecutive days of daily treatments each of which typically last two to three hours per day. This includes administration of both your stem cells, and your supportive therapies. On your last day, we will repeat your vital measurements, and review the progress you have already made.

Step 4

At-Home Treatment & Follow Ups

After you complete your initial treatment, you will return home. We will provide you with your take home set of therapeutic materials which you will administer on your own, and which will increase the effectiveness of your treatment over a defined time period. We will follow up with you at regular intervals—typically one week after you return home, then one month, three months, and six months later—to review your progress on your health outcomes, and plan any follow-up treatments required. 

Step 5

Follow-Up Treatments (Condition Dependent)

Very simple treatments—involving a single area of focus on a simple type of tissue—may only require a single treatment. But most conditions require follow up treatments to continue to drive towards your health outcomes. Most conditions require follow-up treatments every six to twelve months, yet advanced or rapidly evolving conditions may require follow-up treatment ever two to three months. Any follow-up treatments you require will likely follow the same process as your initial treatment.

Our Liver Cirrhosis Patients: Conditions We Treat

Liver Cirrhosis can be caused by, or exacerbated by, a wide range of primary or secondary conditions. We offer treatment to a patients who developed or worsened their Liver Cirrhosis due to many of these conditions, including: 

  • Alcohol-Related Liver Disease: Develops when the patient regularly drinks too much alcohol. Typically, this condition develops over many years of alcohol abuse, during which the liver becomes inflamed and swollen. This condition can create abdominal pain and swelling, and lead to scarring of the liver, and, potentially, Liver Cirrhosis.
  • Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD): Develops due to general obesity that can cause fat to build up within the liver itself. NAFLD is an increasingly common condition, and impacts at least 25% of the United States. NAFLD can develop into the far more dangerous non-alcoholic steatohepatitis, liver failure, and/or Liver Cirrhosis.   
  • Hepatitis-Related Liver Disease: Develops primarily due to viral infection, though some forms can also develop due to an autoimmune condition or to regular drug or alcohol abuse. Hepatitis—in all of its forms—causes inflammation of the liver. The most severe forms of Hepatitis can lead to jaundice, liver failure, and/or Liver Cirrhosis.  
  • Primary Biliary Cirrhosis (PBC): Develops due to autoimmune issues, and leads to an accumulation of bile within the liver. Over time, this excess bile damages and destroys the bile ducts and causes damage to the liver tissue. PBC can lead to scarring of the liver tissue, and may ultimately cause Liver Cirrhosis.

    In addition to patients with these specific conditions, we also provide treatment for patients who experience any of the many other less-common conditions that can cause or contribute to Liver Cirrhosis.

Your Liver Cirrhosis Condition, Our Mission

No two Liver Cirrhosis patients are the same. While we have developed proven, targeted treatments for a wide range of Liver Cirrhosis expressions, we do not offer generic solutions to our patients’ unique set of issues, challenges, and opportunities for improvement to their quality of life. For each of our Liver Cirrhosis patients, we use our proven, targeted therapies as a foundation for care, which we then tailor to fit hand-in-glove with their unique needs.


In addition, we often design customized Liver Cirrhosis treatments for uncommon expressions of the condition not listed above, or for combinations of Liver Cirrhosis with other conditions that require a unique approach. We will consider any case—no matter how complex it might appear—and welcome the opportunity to find new ways to use stem cells to improve our patients’ quality of life.

Is StemCells21 the Right Provider for Your Treatment?

If you feel we might be able to offer meaningful improvement to both your condition and your quality of life, then please reach out to schedule a free consultation with one of our in-house clinical experts. We offer consultations with Native English Speakers, as well as Thai, Arabic, and Chinese speakers.

During your consultation, we will:

● Review your medical history & recent evaluations
● Explore what your treatment package might look like
● Share similar patient cases, and the outcomes we delivered
● Answer any questions you have about us, or stem cell therapy
● Discuss practical next steps, if you feel we can effectively treat you

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