Why BioStem Blockchain

Biostem aims to contribute to the world health and medical industry by creating an ecosystem that would make the Patient’s Clinical Record and the Biotech Contract Outsourcing process, distributed through a decentralized blockchain, so that, anyone can have access to high end, state of the art medical diagnosis, treatment and Biotech products at ease.

The parent companies in China and Hong Kong has conducted a research of decades and have created patent Biotech equipment instruments and hired experienced medical specialists. Under the umbrella of Biostem project, we strive to make below given technologies in reach of people from all across the world.

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1. IMMUNE CELL HEALTH CARE
Immune cell health care is a modern day health therapy that combines both treatment and health care. It is the use of biotechnology and biological agents to in vitro culture of immune cells collected from the customer’s body, and then returned to the body to kill the body’s pathogens, clear denatured cells, aging cells, cancer cells, activate and enhance the body’s immunity in order to achieve the health purpose of preventing and treating diseases.

2. STEM CELL HEALTH CARE
Stem cells are unique cells: They have the ability to become many different types of cells, and they can replicate rapidly. Stem-cell medical technology, which can treat both symptoms and cures, can regenerate and repair organ tissue and restore its function. It is becoming one of the pillared clinical medical technologies for the treatment of major human diseases in the 21st century! If the 20th century is the era of drug therapy, the 21st century is the era of cell therapy. Human medical technology has now entered the era of stem cell therapy.

Stem cells play a huge part in the body’s healing process, and the introduction of new stem cells has always showed great promise in the treatment of many conditions. It wasn’t until we found out where and how to isolate these cells that we started using them for transplants. Although a person’s own stem cells are always 100 percent compatible, there are risks in using someone else’s stem cells, especially if the donor and recipient are not immediately related. The discovery of certain markers allows us to see how compatible a donor’s and host’s cells will be. The relatively recent discovery of stem cells in the umbilical cord’s blood has proven advantageous over acquiring stem cells from other sources. Researchers are currently conducting clinical trials with stem cells, adding to the growing list of 80 diseases which they can treat.

3. ANTI-AGEING
Autologous stem cells are a kind of pluripotent cells with self-replication ability. Under certain conditions, they can be differentiated into various APSC pluripotent cells and are primitive cells with self-replication and multi potential differentiation potential. Autologous stem cells are incompletely differentiated, yet immature cells that have the potential to regenerate various tissues, organs, and human bodies, and have changed the way humans respond. The medical community calls them “universal cells.”

4. GENE THERAPY
Gene therapy is an experimental technique that uses genes to treat or prevent disease. In the future, this technique may allow doctors to treat a disorder by inserting a gene into a patient’s cells instead of using drugs or surgery. The Biotech Lab in China have been doing research about Gene therapy for years and are investigating technologies that could serve as promising for life extension and have the potential for preventing many diseases, adding decades to the human life span, and restoring youthful function to an aging body.

4.1 CAR-T Therapies
These “living drugs” are made by extracting T cells from patients and genetically engineering them to go after and destroy cancer cells. The cells are then infused back into the body. So far, these therapies are being tested only in a handful of lethal cancers as a last resort when more traditional treatments, like chemotherapy, don’t work.

4.2 Building New Skin
Our research shows that by extraction of cells from a part of the patient’s body, the skin stem cells can be isolated and added copies of a healthy version of the gene. These let these cells grow into small sheets and, in a series of three surgeries, transplanted them onto the patient’s body.

4.3 Restoring Sight
The treatment aims to correct a mutation responsible for a range of retinal diseases that make people gradually go blind. In human tests, the treatment has restored vision for more than two dozen patients who were losing their sight. It isn’t an outright cure because it doesn’t give patients normal vision.

In today’s world, technology plays an important role in every industry as well as in our personal lives. Out of all of the industries that technology plays a crucial role in, healthcare is definitely one of the most important. This merger is responsible for improving and saving countless lives all around the world. Medical technology is a broad field where innovation plays a crucial role in sustaining health. Areas like biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, information technology, the development of medical devices and equipment, and more have all made significant contributions to improving the health of people all around the world. From “small” innovations like adhesive bandages and ankle braces, to larger, more complex technologies like Stem cells, MRI machines, artificial organs, and robotic prosthetic limbs, technology has undoubtedly made an incredible impact on medicine.

In the healthcare industry, the dependence on medical technology cannot be overstated, and as a result of the development of these brilliant innovations, healthcare practitioners can continue to find ways to improve their practice – from better diagnosis, surgical procedures, and improved patient care. Biotechnology been one such field of medical and health care industry that has made significant contributions to our world, namely in the medical industry.