Panama Gateway

Over the past couple of decades, it’s been no secret that many are frustrated with the high cost of medical procedures in their current country, with the United States, Europe, and China being some of the most expensive countries for medical anything. The prospect of medical tourism for simply the cost savings associated with treatment is very attractive.


What to Expect

The development of so many medical tourism procedures being performed over the last several years has made the choice of destination as important as the cost of the procedure. Many procedures require rest, relaxation, and recovery time. Why not do it in a tropical paradise?

ABM is very excited to announce our Panama City, Panama location. Located in a first-world city with skyscrapers, five-star accommodations, and restaurants second to none while surrounded by a tropical paradise and all the adventure and tourism activities that one would expect from Costa Rica or Brazil. Not only is Panama City the travel hub of all of the Americas, it also has direct flights to every Latin American country and almost every major US city. For example, Costa Rica is just 35 to 40 minutes by plane. Argentina and Brazil are just a couple of hours away. And let’s not forget Panama, the Panama Canal and all the lush tropical paradise that Panama offers. There are literally hundreds of activities to choose from.

From the convenience of being the travel hub of all the Americas to the modern amenities offered by world-class Panama City, coupled with the amazing variety of activities operating from Panama City, there is really no other choice but Panama.


Developing Therapies for the 21st Century


Akan Biosciences, LLC: Leading in Biotechnology and Cellular Therapy Development


Next-Generation Injectable Products: Targeting Degenerative Diseases and Injuries


Advanced Cellular Therapies: Harnessing Stem Cells for Healing


Innovative Manufacturing Methods: Pioneering State-of-the-Art Tissue Engineering


Frequently Asked Questions

What does the term Culturing Stem Cells mean?

The term culture (also called expansion) refers to the process of multiplying stem cells in a laboratory. The culture process basically absorbs your stem cells and reproduces, so you can turn one million stem cells into millions of stem cells. These types of cultured stem cells are illegally used in the United States and many other countries. In many countries, there are many reasons why stem cell culture is illegal. However, the two most prominent reasons are: cell culture produces cells and DNA mutations. We don’t know how the mutation will affect a person in the future. The US FDA and regulatory agencies in many other countries/regions are also worried about direct adverse reactions because they worry that mutant cells may cause or contribute to these problems in the next 6 years, 7 years, 8 years, 9 years, or 10 years. When the laboratory grows stem cells, the laboratory produces weaker copies of the original stem cells. The more stem cells that are replicated, the weaker they become and therefore also deviate from the original stem cell donor. We still don’t know whether the cultured cells will cause future health problems. Therefore, consumers must be very careful when exploring the use of stem cells.

How do I start this process?

If you are ready to get started, we ask the you contact physician on the Find a Physician portion of this website or email with your questions and contact information. A customer representative will typically contact you within the next 24-48 hours.

Do I need to talk to the doctor?

We recommend that you talk to your doctor. If you are referred to us by a doctor, we recommend that you talk to the doctor that referred you. If your current doctor is not familiar with stem cells, we would be happy to talk to him.

Can you recommend a doctor?

There are hundreds of doctors and other licensed medical professionals in our network. We can provide you with a list of doctors in our network. However, the choice of the doctor ultimately depends on you. You can also ask your doctor to join our network. See a doctor

Why should someone store their stem cells?

Storing stem cells may be the best insurance plan for you and your family. You may not need stem cell therapy now, but who knows what will happen in the future? With the development of stem cell technology, many diseases that are now considered incurable may be solved in the future. When you and your immediate family are using your own stem cells, the chance of being rejected is much less. Although you may not have a disease that requires immediate stem cell treatment, it is wise to plan in advance to have a bunch of 100 bottles of your own stem cells. As we age, diseases and the natural aging process will reduce the number of available stem cells and will develop aging-related diseases. For example, one of our greatest enemies is gravity. No matter who you are, how wealthy you are, how healthy you are or your insurance level, you cannot avoid gravity. As we grow older, gravity will pull our bodies. The older we are, the longer the force of gravity acting on our body (literally).Not only does it tighten our bones and compress our organs, it also pulls hyaluronic acid into our body. A lot of aging, especially on the face, is the loss of hyaluronic acid volume, which is mainly due to the influence of gravity. The same hyaluronic acid is found in our knees and other joints. It’s like natural ball bearing grease will be lost with age. It’s not that you will encounter problems, but when.Now, if you have one billion stem cells and your knee is injured in five years, then you will have more stem cells to help your 10-20 million mesenchymal stem cells regenerate your knee. Think of father and mother having two jobs so that their children can attend private high schools and improve their chances of enrolling in one of the best universities. Your son is very good at football and has won a scholarship from a prestigious university. Your son is likely to become a professional athlete and earn millions of dollars until he gets injured the following year. The doctor recommended knee surgery, but this would ruin the sophomore football season. Fortunately, his father stored his stem cells and stored 100 vials at -192 degrees Celsius. Before the operation, the family decided to try stem cell therapy, hoping for a “miracle.” These are the “miracles” you hear over and over again today, and as science develops, they may become commonplace in the future. This is why it is so important to preserve your stem cells so that you can take advantage of the “miracles” that may happen today or tomorrow and the “miracles” that will undoubtedly occur in the future with the development of medical science.

What is FDA IND?

IND stands for an Investigational New Drug. This means that the FDA has approved the process or procedure used in FDA-regulated research trials. From safety and effectiveness to final distribution to the public or for use by doctors and hospitals, the goals of research trials are many. The FDA will not issue an IND without careful consideration and investigation by the FDA and the company applying to investigate the drug status. The IND is considered the gold standard and is actually the only way to legally approve new drugs into the general US market. The standards and completeness of the FDA and IND procedures are very strict. After careful consideration, the data from the FDA IND has not been further investigated, as are many other countries/regions.