24 Jan What Diseases Can Stem Cells Treat?
Stem cells are the foundation of the human body and are often thought of as super-cells. They can heal and rejuvenate injured parts of the body and cure many diseases. Simply put, stem cells are the cells from which all other cells with specific jobs originate. They’re the top dog in terms of human cells.
However, they aren’t the end all be all of every single problem the human body can encounter. You should consult a physician before starting any stem cell program. Only a medical professional can properly advise you on whether stem cells can help your condition.
What Diseases and Conditions Can Stem Cells Treat?
In general, however, there are certain problems that stem cells are known to be helpful against.
This list is in no particular order as far as effectiveness is concerned.
Stem cells can cause the body to produce insulin in patients with any diabetes. There aren’t any proven cases where stem cells have completely cured diabetes, but they’ve removed the need for insulin in patients.
Arthritis is extremely common, especially in older adults. Stem cells produced by the body often deactivate or become less active when people get older. Therefore, stem cell injections can help repair damaged cartilage and reduce inflammation, the two causes and results of arthritis.
Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, strokes, spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, and most neurological problems can be helped with stem cells. Most of these problems are caused by nerve damage, neurological damage, brain damage, and disease. Stem cells help fight disease and repair the damaged pathways of the brain.
- Organ and Muscle Disease
Stem cells also help repair damaged organs and muscles, including the heart, liver, kidneys, bowels, intestines, and muscular dystrophy. Stem cell therapy specifically targets the injured part of the body and aids in its recovery.
- Various forms of cancer and blood-related diseases
Anything from leukemia to thrombocytopenia to anemia and various other blood-related diseases and cancers is fought by stem cells. Its effectiveness on these diseases varies depending on how severe it is and how advanced it is.
The exact cause of fibromyalgia is still unknown, but it’s characterized by chronic pain in various parts of the body. One of the leading causes of these aches and pains is inflammation in the affected part of the body. Stem cells also help repair nerve damage and neuro-pathways, which are also associated with fibromyalgia. Whether the pain is caused by inflammation or nerve damage, stem cells help to treat both problems.
Stem cells also help repair and strengthen bone that is weakened or damaged by osteoporosis.
As you can see, stem cells are incredible little guys and help with many diseases. However, their effectiveness is limited, and how well they work will depend on the type of disease and how advanced it is. Stem cells also work well when combined with other forms of treatment.
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