Get Stem Cell Therapy Covered by Medicare

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You've probably heard about Stem Cell Therapy as one of the most effective modes of treating different kinds of human conditions. It’s a procedure that can only be performed in specialized and authorized centers, and typically attracts high costs in medical fees. 

What You Need to Know About Stem Cell Therapy Coverage 

So, what is Stem Cell Therapy? It is also called “Regenerative Medicine or Therapy,” which means that it promotes new development and repair of the dead, injured, and dysfunctional cells within the body and its organs. 

The truth is, there have been ongoing efforts by researchers to establish new and more effective treatments for various conditions. Medicare won’t cover all Stem Cell Therapy for the treatment of many diseases because of tough FDA stance.  

It only makes sense to have it comprehensively covered due to the effectiveness it offers, and most importantly, most patients are unable to afford to pay for the procedure. 

It’s practically impossible to predict the extent of some conditions treatable through stem cell therapy, but unavailable in the Medicare plan. There is a solid feeling that hugely deserving situations have been left out, and the matter needs redress. 

Patients have had to dig deep into their pockets to offset large bills accrued over the treatment period, and it’s about time these voices were heard. Stem Cell Therapy sounds like the only way out, knowing how costly it is, valid health insurance comes in handy. 

Having stem cell therapy covered by Medicare means you’ll have life-saving benefits such as: 

An Increased Understanding of How Diseases are Born 

Specialists and doctors monitor stem cells as they mature into cells in muscles of the heart, nerves, bones, and other body organs.  

This will give you and your doctor a better understanding of how certain conditions develop and the steps to take to counter or treat them. It’s difficult to understand other forms of treatment, justifying the need for stem cell coverage in your Medicare plan. 

Generating Healthy Cells to Replace Dead Ones 

The purpose of stem cell therapy is to help generate and repair damaged or dead cells. This helps you to regain your normal health more effectively as compared to adopting other means of treatment.  

The difference is stem cell therapy cures, rebuilds and rejuvenates the body. 

Allowing Testing of New Drugs Before Administration 

Stem cell therapy provides for pre-testing before new drugs can be administered. This is important because some medications given without testing can be more of a detriment than helpful.  

For example, if you or a family member has heart toxicity, stem cell therapy can test drug safety and effectiveness which minimizes spending. Stem cell therapy in this scenario saves you a lot of psychological and economic pain. 

Who Needs Stem Cell Therapy Coverage

To be honest, the answer is everyone. You could be wondering why stem cell therapy is so important and why it needs to be covered by Medicare in its exclusivity.  

Well, because of the outbreak of notorious diseases that have proved non-responsive to conventional treatment, stem cell therapy has everything covered.  

This should come as good news to patients and people at risk of genetically inherited diseases such as cancer, diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, stroke,

Alzheimer’s disease, arthritis, and multiple sclerosis among many other conditions. 
These are things everyone is likely to go through at one time in their lives. For the avoidance of trial and error, Stem Cell Therapy becomes a necessity and even the more reason for it to be incorporated in Medicare Health Cover.  

Let’s face it, stem cell therapy has proved a considerable success, but it has drained many people’s bank accounts.  

Stem Cells Can Help with The Following: 

Cancer - Stem Cell Therapy increases the chances of complete cancer healing because of the regeneration of new cells and replacing dead ones. 

Diabetes –This is another stubborn disease when managed ordinarily through regular treatment, but with stem cell therapy, management becomes thorough. 

Parkinson’s Disease- Treating Parkinson’s Disease has always proved complicated, but with you having a cover for stem cell therapy, it will be easier because of the effectiveness of this therapy. 

Stroke, Heart Disease, and burn patients - This is a large group that has found it hard getting treatment the usual way. Stem Cell Therapy eliminates the guesswork and ensures a more comfortable complication-free treatment.  

Alzheimer’s – This is a disease that compromises memory and the overall mental functioning of a person. Stem cell therapy has shown essential possibilities of dealing and healing this disorder effectively. In anticipation of any likely scenario, it makes sense having Medicare cover stem cell therapy. 

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis - This is a nervous system (the network of cells and nerves in the body that deals with communications between parts of the body) disease that affects muscles making them weak, limiting one’s physical abilities.    

Stem cell therapy has shown immense potential in the management of this disease. As a common issue today, it is then necessary that its treatment through Stem Cell Therapy is included in the Medicare cover. 

Arthritis – This is a common condition affecting joints that causes pain and weakness, especially among the older generation. Having coverage for stem cell therapy has shown to be a better option. 

The Conclusion to Petitioning for Stem Cell Therapy Coverage by Medicare 

For as long as stem cell therapy treatments aren’t covered, you’ll be forced to seek alternative solutions, or you might have to draw all your assets to pay the hefty bills.  

Even the most straightforward stem cell therapy costs thousands of dollars, and we all know there are cheaper options.  

The big question is whether these alternatives are as efficient as therapy. There is strength in numbers, and if people stand together to push for Medicare stem cell therapy, then the future looks bright.  

FDA can only be compelled to reconsider its decision not to approve the stem cell therapy as the best alternative to failed systems through mass action, and everyone’s voice is needed. 

The push to have Medicare cover Stem Cell Therapy is happening at the best time. Concerning the untimely occurrences of diseases and the inability on the part of most patients to access proper treatment. 

It only shows that Stem Cell Therapy must be included in Medicare coverage. In all fairness, everyone is at risk in one way or another.