Cell therapy was developed by a Swiss surgeon, Prof. Dr. Paul Niehans, in 1931, when the first successful experiment was carried out: the patient was cured.
In 1960, An Introduction to Cell Therapy was published, a book that laid the foundations for further scientific research.
Progress over the next few decades, until the 1970s, was rather slow, and some gene therapy trials ended in failure. However, the turning point began in the 1990s.
The most important results of scientific research were obtained in 2005-2013, which laid the foundations for modern methods of treatment. It should be noted that researches are still ongoing, new ways of transporting and storing cells are being discovered, more and more diseases are being treated with the help of cell therapy. Therefore, every year our medical protocol is updated based on international experience, in accordance with US and Swiss standards.