Lichen Sclerosis and Stem Cells

Lichen Sclerosis is a skin condition that occurs in women, men and even children but most frequently seen in post-menopausal women. The skin around the genitals and anus can turn shiny and smooth and spots grow into patches. 

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Vulvodynia and Stem Cells

Vulvodynia is chronic pelvic floor and vaginal pain often of unknown cause. It is often associated with Interstitial Cystitis.  Cell therapy may be effective in some cases.

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Post Prostatectomy Treatment to Mitigate ED and Stem Cells

After radical prostatectomy surgery, most patients experience some degree of erectile dysfunction. Even if the surgery is robotic or “nerve sparing,” there is some damage to the cavernous nerves responsible for erection since they must be carefully “peeled” off the prostate capsule during surgery. 

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