Is It Safe and Ethical?
Yes—for all people involved.
The perinatal tissue is voluntarily donated after scheduled c-section births. There is no risk of harm to the mother or baby during the collection process. In fact, this material is ordinarily discarded as medical waste—but thanks to scientific advances, it’s now being used to provide healing for others.
The tissue matrix is immunoprivileged, meaning it won’t trigger an immune reaction or rejection from the host. (This is a natural attribute of perinatal tissue, as it protects a growing fetus from being attacked by the mother’s immune system.)
It’s also minimally manipulated, rigorously screened, and sterilized to ensure health and safety, then cryopreserved at temperatures far below the freezing point of water to ensure no further enzyme or chemical activity that could damage the tissue can occur.
Plus, the treatment doesn’t require any anesthesia or medications. The injection delivers only natural, normal biological tissue already familiar to the body.
The treatment is FDA-approved and very safe.