Kintaro Stem Cells® Therapy for Rheumatoid Arthritis

Kintaro Stem Cells® Therapy for Rheumatoid Arthritis

Stem cell therapy for Rheumatoid Arthritis

As a chronic autoimmune inflammatory disorder, Rheumatoid Arthritis may be helped with mesenchymal stem cell treatment. Stem cells have an unprecedented ability to change into any cell in the body. This process is called differentiation. Stem cells can be administered intravenously to find and repair damaged tissue throughout the body. When used in regards to Rheumatoid Arthritis patients, stem cells may be able to repair damaged tissue to reduce pain and increase mobility. This effect can be attributed to the anti-inflammatory properties of mesenchymal stem cells.

Stem cells have an immunomodulatory effect on the immune system.

This means that stem cells may be able to regulate or calm an imbalanced immune system in patients with autoimmune disorders. Data has shown that mesenchymal stem cells have immunosuppressive capabilities (partially suppressing the immune system response). They can inhibit T‐cell proliferation to alloantigens and mitogens and prevent the development of cytotoxic T‐cells in vitro. 

“MSCs have been reported as an interesting therapeutic cell candidate for the treatment of autoimmune diseases such as Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA), due to their capacity to attenuate the heightened pathogenic immune response observed in these patients.”

Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic autoimmune disorder that primarily affects the joints, causing inflammation, pain, and joint damage.

Here are some ways in which stem cell therapy might be explored for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis:

  1. Anti-Inflammatory Effects: Some stem cells possess anti-inflammatory properties that could help modulate the immune response and reduce the inflammation that contributes to joint damage in RA.

  2. Immunomodulation: Stem cells might have the ability to regulate the immune system, helping to suppress the abnormal immune response that targets the joints in RA.

  3. Tissue Repair: Stem cells have the potential to differentiate into various cell types, including joint tissues. Researchers are investigating whether stem cell therapy could promote the repair of damaged joint tissues and reduce pain and disability.

  4. Paracrine Effects: Stem cells secrete various growth factors and signaling molecules that could promote tissue repair, decrease inflammation, and enhance the overall health of joint tissues.

  5. Combination Therapies: Stem cell therapy might be used in combination with other treatments for rheumatoid arthritis, such as disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs (DMARDs) and biologic therapies, to enhance overall symptom management and disease control.


If Kintaro Stem Cells® Therapy and Treaments are carried at an earlier stage, there is a great chance that any serious invasive surgery or more expensive and risky medical procedures can be preventive if cellular regeneration and improvement or cure of the symptons can be observed immediately.

People who undergo invasive surgery can be really helped by Kintaro Stem Cells® in terms of the speed and quality of recovery providing an overall health support to allow the body repair itself in the most natural ways as much as possible using powerful and ethically-sourced stem cells developed by our company, Kintaro Cells Power.

Surely, stem cells therapy can not be still considered as the perfect cure or solution for this type of disease or medical issue right now but, one of the choices you can now make to possibly improve and prevent the serious advancement / onset of any of the above disorders and diseases by giving your immune system a boost (while there is still time) is to undergo treatment with the Kintaro Stem Cells® / KINTARO Cells® Japan VIP Rejuvenation Program.

To learn more about our the Kintaro Stem Cells VIP Japan Treatment Program and how stem cells can help you improve your well-being, please send us a message here. Consult with us on for a detailed program for your specific needs and medical attention.



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