World Stem Cells, LLC and its contract clinic Advanced Cellular Medicine Clinic is pleased to announce that it is participating in ICMS (International Cellular Medical Society) Stem Cell Reimplantation Registry.
ICMS Guidelines (from the ICMS website which includes a complete listing of the Guidelines)Lab Practices Guidelines: First of their kind, specific to the processing of human tissue with a focus on adult, autologous stem cells.
Clinical Guidelines: The first guidelines to point the way to safe clinical translation of adult, autologous stem cells. They are a significant advancement beyond other guidelines which focused only on how one might allow stem cells to be used safely at the bedside. The ICMS Clinical Guidelines serve as a roadmap on exactly how adult stem cells can be used now.
The Stem Cell Reimplantation Registry Taskforce: Sets guidelines for a registry to track all patients who have received autologous adult stem cell transplants. Based upon the Guidelines for Re-Implantation of Adult Stem Cells, this unique Registry is a secure, HIPPA compliant, web-based data collection system that tracks outcomes and complications from cell based medical treatments.
Data within the registry is collected from patient surveys and interviews at set intervals of 3, 6, and 12 months, and 2, 3, 4, 5, 10 and 20 years after the treatment.
Working under the guidelines set forth by ICMS World Stem Cells, LLC ( http://worldstemcells.com/