Stem Cell Therapy & Treatment

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Stem Cell Therapy & Treatment

  1. 1. STEM CELL THERAPY & TREATMENT Stem cells are the ‘building blocks’ of life
  2. 2. STEM CELL  Stem cells are the ‘building blocks’ of life.  A stem cell keep dividing itself.  Each new cell has the potential either to remain undifferentiated (self-renewal)  People can use stem cells to replace ill or aging tissues or organs. Thus, enabling treatments for a wide range of diseases and injuries, many of which cannot be treated with traditional medical methods. Note: These properties makes stem cells unique and a great asset for medical treatments.
  3. 3. STEM CELL THERAPY  Stem cell therapy is provided with pure, viable and potent mesenchymal stem cells isolated from the tissue of umbilical cord.  Mesenchymal stem cells derived from the umbilical cord are promising candidatesfor potential applications in regenerative medicine.  An effective alternative to bone marrow derived mesenchymal stem cells. “An intervention strategy that introduces new adult stem cells into damaged tissue in order to treat disease or injury.”
  4. 4. POTENTIAL TREATMENTS  Brain damage  Cancer  Spinal cord injury  Heart damage  Missing teeth  Diabetes
  5. 5. STEM CELL TREATMENT    Stem cell treatments are a type of genetic medicine that introduce new cells into damaged tissues in order to treat a disease or injury. The ability of stem cells to:  Self –renew  Give to subsequent generations That can differentiate offers a large potential to culture tissues that can replace diseased and damaged tissues in the body, without rejection and side effects.
  6. 6. THANK YOU

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