Enter a Safe, Ethical Approach to<br>Stem Cell Treatment

Enter a Safe, Ethical Approach to
Stem Cell Treatment

We believe in holistic alternative medicine that’s ethically sourced and safe for you. Learn more today.

Ethically Sourced

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No embryonic stem cells used. 100% ethical.

Regulated & Safe

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Using the safest methods and approved treatments.

Cutting Edge Treatments

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Treat common conditions, diseases, and more.

What are Stem Cells All About?

Most medical treatments aim to stop the source of an ailment—such as pathogens, irregularly multiplying cells, or physical injury — and then leave the healing process to the body’s natural regeneration process.

However, not only is this typically a slow process, but not everything can be regenerated, such as the damage dealt by neurological diseases.

The latest step in medical research is regenerative treatments, which help the body renew itself in response to various conditions. The tip of the spear in this research field is stem cell therapy, which makes use of undifferentiated stem cells to help promote healing and address degenerative conditions.

Taking a Holistic Approach to Regenerative Medicine

Stem cell therapy isn’t without its controversy, but this is primarily due to the bad rap associated with embryonic stem cells, which result in the destruction of early-stage human embryos.

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Our treatments avoid the ethical concerns entirely by only using somatic (adult) stem cells harvested from umbilical cord blood. Each harvest is done with full consent from the family of the donor – no unauthorized harvests are ever done for any of our products.

Umbilical cord blood is a purer and more reliable source of stem cells than bone marrow or adipose tissue, as the quality and content of harvested stem cells aren’t dependent on patient age or health. It also requires no additional risky surgery on a patient.

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Your Right to Safe, Effective Medicine

Stem cell therapy is often thought to be highly experimental and severely regulated by government policy. However, more and more states are passing “right-to-try” laws that allow terminally-ill patients to benefit from experimental procedures, even if unapproved.

A wide array of such patients are just waiting for their chance to benefit from stem cell therapy, which has already shown promise in treatments, not only in experimental stages but in fully authorized and approved treatments as well. Our stem cell product has the opportunity to save lives that might otherwise have run out of options.


Stem cell treatments are making waves when it comes to addressing the symptoms of common, often terminal diseases. Conditions such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, dementia, and other neurodegenerative diseases have all seen improvements from these treatments.

At New England NRC, we provide effective medical treatments from the most potent and ethically-sourced stem cells available.

We provide the following services and treatments:

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Exosomes are taking stem cell regenerative medicine to the next level by acting as a vesicle to signal to other cells and treat a new range of conditions previously untreatable.

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Growth Factor

Growth Factor

Growth Factor like stem cells promote growth and healing amongst injured tissue and damaged cells. It can be used to treat several conditions effectively.

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Meyer’s Cocktail / IV Vitamin Treatment

Meyer’s Cocktail / IV Vitamin Treatment

Intravenously administered nutrients and vitamins will leave your body feeling rejuvenated and refreshed. Can be used to treat migraines, fibromyalgia, depression, fatigue, and much more.

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Stem Cell Treatments

Stem Cell Treatments

Stem Cells are a FDA regulated treatment showing huge promise in treating Terminally ill Diseases, Degenerative Diseases, and Severe Injuries.

Find Out How Stem Cells Can Help You

Learn more about the latest in stem cell research and how stem cells could help you or your loved ones. Speak with a medical specialist today to explore your options.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is an aborted fetus used to source the stem cells?

No, our stem cells are sourced only from an umbilical cord that came from a live and healthy birth.

How are the cells processed and are they safe?

According to the rules and regulations of the American Association of Tissue Banks ( AATB) the umbilical cord is processed in the hospital. The umbilical cords are donated from healthy mothers who’ve signed a consent and underwent a review of her medical history, social history, and blood test. After the hospital process, they are delivered to the lab for processing. Then they go to a 3rd party lab (CLIA) for sterility testing to detect bacteria/mold and fungus. After both lab reports come back “clean” and have passed the regulatory requirements, the processed umbilical cord stem cells are then available for distribution.

How do umbilical cord stem cells actually work?

When umbilical cord cells are placed into an environment of injured tissue, the stem cells go to work by inhibiting the damaging inflammatory components and modulating the immune system. At the same time, the mono-nucleated cells produce growth factors that increase vasculature and nourish damaged cells back to health and stimulate our cells to regenerate themselves.

Does an inflammatory response occur after receiving the stem cells?

Umbilical Cord derived cells contain live nucleated cells and occasionally our body may have an immune response. It is not a graft vs. host response. It can be due to pro-inflammatory action of prostaglandin E-2. ( PGE2 can act as a pro-inflammatory agent or an anti-inflammatory agent), partially dependent on levels of IL-6 within the tissues.

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