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STEM CELLS - The Future of Health and Medicine

What are Stem Cells, and why are they important?

Stem cells have the remarkable potential to renew themselves and serve as the body's repair system. The use of stem cells to treat human diseases is now termed "regenerative medicine."

Stem cells are located throughout the body, and they may remain dormant for years until they are activated. Activation of stem cells to differentiate into specialised cells occurs when a need arises for new cells to maintain organ and tissue function.

All stem cells are capable of dividing and renewing themselves, but the GHK-Cu Copper Peptides that activate stem cells decline and stem cell renewal drastically slows down as we age.

The problem is that by age 35, we have lost over half of our stem cell activity in the body and by age 60, we will have lost almost all of our body's stem cell activity.

Who needs Stem Cells? EVERYONE!

The Solution? Introducing the X39 Stem Cell Activation Patches