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What is stem cell treatment?
Stem-cell treatment is, in simple terms, the use of stem cells to treat or prevent a condition or disease.
Treatment protocols vary by disease. Each patient’s physical condition and a variety of other medical factors also play roles. Because hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs) have the ability to transform into all types of blood cells necessary, they are currently the ones being used in stem cell treatments for various blood disorders and cancers, including lymphoma, leukaemia, and myeloma. Stem cell treatment is also being used to treat blood disorders such as aplastic anaemia, sickle cell anaemia, and Fanconi anaemia.
Regenerative Therapy is the new groundbreaking medical field that uses stem cells to replace or repair damaged organs and tissues. This is an exciting area of medicine that promises some amazing medical possibilities in the future. There is currently research into treating autism, hearing loss, Parkinson’s Disease, multiple sclerosis, stroke, heart attack, liver disease, diabetes, spinal cord Injury and much more.
There are currently over 5,000 clinical trials investigating the application of stem cell treatments for hundreds of different conditions, which many, up until this point, would have been considered incurable. This is, therefore, an exciting period for the generation of stem cell treatment.