Stem Cell Therapy:
Colon and Rectal Cancer
Colon and rectal cancer, or colorectal cancer, is one of the most common
types of cancer in America. Approximately 145,000 Americans are diagnosed
with colon and rectal cancer each year, and approximately 56,000 of those
with this disease will die each year.
The colon and rectum make up part of the digestive system. Together they
make up the large intestine, and they are essential for digestive processes
that provide the body with the nutrients it needs to maintain life and
optimum health. The colon is directly responsible for carrying water and
nutrients from food to the bloodstream, and the rectum is essential for
eliminating toxic waste from the body.
Colon and rectal cancer usually begins when a mutation occurs in the
lining of the colon or rectum. These abnormalities are called adenocarcinomas,
and these mutations often lead to the growth of precancerous polyps. Eventually,
this abnormal tissue growth leads to full-blown cancer.
Cancer is basically an abnormal growth of cells. Cells are built with
an internal mechanism that controls when and how they multiply. Cancer
overrides this internal mechanism, causing the cells to multiply at an
alarming rate and build up into tumors. These cancerous growths disrupt
normal organ function and begin to destroy the affected area. No one is
quite sure how or why this malfunction occurs, but new discoveries in modern
medicine have shed some light on possible causes—and possible cures.
Stem cell therapy is at the forefront of those cures, offering the chance
a new life for the hundreds of thousands of Americans affected by colon
and rectal cancer each year.
How can stem cell therapy help to treat colon and rectal cancer?
Stem cell therapies get to the root of cancer, the malfunctioning
cells. They work with and bolster the body’s own natural healing
mechanism. They are also capable of serving any function in the body.
While colon and rectal cells are only capable of doing one job, stem
cells can be used anywhere in the body to create new, healthy cells when
there is a cellular malfunction. In the case of colon and rectal cancer,
stem cells would be transplanted to the diseased area to generate new colon
and rectal cells that are free from cancerous dysfunction.
Our cells are in a constant process of dying and being replaced. When
individual cells mutate and malfunction, they regenerate malfunctioning
cells just like themselves. These malfunctions eventually make their way
to our larger body, causing us to age or experience disease. Stem cells
are fresh new cells without mutations that reorient the affected area of
the body toward equilibrium, thus creating healing.
What does all this mean? It means that there is hope for anyone suffering
from colon and rectal cancer. While traditional cancer therapies only treat
the surface of the problem, stem cell therapy goes right to the root and
cuts the cancer out at its source. Rather than simply removing tumor growth
or trying to kill the cancerous cells, stem cell therapies change the wiring
so that the genetic mechanism causing the cancer is replaced. Stem cell
therapies are the ultimate answer rather than a short-term fix.
There is no reason to suffer needlessly. Doctors are performing these
therapies as we speak. There is no need to wait on the sidelines for a
cure; a cure is here now. I work directly with you and these doctors
to find the stem cell therapy that will heal your colon or rectal cancer.
I can help you identify the stem cell treatment that is right for you and
find a doctor who will perform your procedure. I’m with you every
step of the way, and it is my purpose to bring you the answers you’re
searching for. Let me be a partner in your recovery from colon and rectal
cancer. If you’d like to learn more about stem cell therapy for colon
and rectal cancer, contact me today. Don’t wait. Help and healing
is available…you just have to reach out and take a step toward a
For more information on how stem cell therapies can help
you in recovering from a serious degenerative condition, please contact Jim
Cohan & Associates at 818-504-2318.