Immune Tolerance in pets is the Key to Managing Autoimmunity with Stem Cell Therapy at Safari Veterinary Care Centers.
Does Your Pet Have Autoimmune Disease?
Does Your Pet Have Autoimmune Disease? Autoimmune disease is a common disease among pets.
Autoimmune or Immune Mediated Disease can affect any body system causing severe disease.
The Immune System can attack any breed of pet or any age of pet.
Autoimmune Disease attacks your pet’s tissues and organs as if they were foreign invaders needing eradication.
Is your pet on strong medications?
Autoimmune Disease is Life-threatening and Autoimmune Disease is difficult to treat requiring strong immunosuppressive medications.
These medications can have serious side effects and rarely cure the pet.
Therefore, there is constant concern about the outcomes of autoimmune disease.
Are you worried about the outcomes?
Will your pet make it? What are the side effects?
Will we have recurrence?
Do you Love your Pet?
Do You Love Your Pet as a Part of the Family?
If so, Have You or Your Veterinarian Considered Stem Cell Therapy for your pet’s autoimmune disease?
Stem Cell Therapy is Revolutionizing Medicine and May Be an Option for Your Pet.
Stem Cell Therapy Given Intravenously can change the way the immune system works.
Immune Tolerance is the Key.
Autoimmunity occurs when Immune Tolerance Fails.
What Causes Autoimmunity?
Autoimmune Pets Do Not Tolerate:
Red Blood Cells– Causing Immune Mediated Hemolytic Anemia (IMHA)
Gut– Causing Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)
Joints– Creating Arthritis (IMPA)
Skin– Causing Allergies (Atopy, pemphigus)
Eyes– Causing Blindness (SARDS)
Killer T– Cells destroy normal cells by attacking them causing them to explode.
Immune Tolerance is created by Regulatory T-Cells.
Regulatory T-Cells control Killer T-Cells:
- Create Tolerance
- Formed in the
- Stimulated by Stem Cells in the Lymph Nodes
- Controls Autoimmunity
Immune Tolerance is Natural:
It Protects the Unborn Fetus from the Immune System Protects the Gut from Attack even Though Foreign Bacteria are Present
Protects the Red Blood Cells from Attack
Regulatory T-Cells Control Immune Tolerance and Regulatory T-Cells can be made by stem cells; therefore, Stem Cell Therapy Can Cure Auto-Immune Disease WOW!
Stem Cell Therapy Can Cure Auto-Immune Disease in pets
Immune Tolerance Creation occurs when chemicals (cytokines) are released from stem cells in the presence of inflammation.
These cytokines are Transforming Growth Factor Beta and Interleukin 6.
Immune Tolerance Creation
Stem Cells are Grown in Our Laboratory that are used to treat autoimmune disease.
The Safari Stem Cell Laboratory is The First lab of its kind in private veterinary practice
How Do You Get Stem Cells for your pet?
- Case Review with Your Veterinarian and Safari
- Safari Prepares Cells for Your Pet
- Ship Cells Overnight to your Veterinarian
- Your Veterinarian Administers Cells I.V.
- Stem Cells Start Working Right Away!
- Two Injections one Month Apart are Usually Given
How Does Stem Cell Therapy Work?
- “Home” in on the Inflammation
- Produce Anti-inflammatory Chemicals
- Create New Regulatory T-Cells
- Reduce Antibody Production
- Are a Safe Alternative
Autoimmune Disease is Serious and potentially fatal, so tell your vet to ask Safari about Stem Cell Therapy for your pet so you can spend more quality time with your pet.
Contact Melinda Wharton at Safari 281-332-5612.
Safari Veterinary Care Centers
Steven Garner, DVM, DABVP
2402 Marina Bay Drive
League City, TX 77573