The London citizen infected with HIV entered a long remission after a stem cell transplantation, which also helped him to beat the cancer. This is the second case in the world when a patient defeated HIV after a stem cell transplant.
Cirrhosis is a serious and often a life-threatening condition. It’s characterized by replacement of liver tissue with scar tissue due to persistent necrotic and inflammatory damage to the liver and its’ attempts to repair itself. Read more
Stem cells and diabetes Diabetes is an insidious disease that affects a lot of people around the world. The disease may go unnoticed for years, with only changes in urination and thirst being present. Over time however, if left undiagnosed and untreated, it will severely decrease the quality of living or may even cause death.
An alternative for bone marrow transplant?
Nobody wants to hear an ominous phrase: “you need a bone marrow transplant”. Not only patients and their loved ones are unaware as to what that procedure entails and its potential consequences. Not to mention the difficulties in finding a matching donor.
Stem cells in the treatment of neurological disorders
With improvements in detection protocols, doctor training and equipment, as well as our sedentary lifestyles, has led to a substantial raise in detection of neurological disorders.
Cartilage injuries are difficult to treat. Current methods are mainly based on transplantation of healthy cartilage portion into the damaged area. Such a procedure affects healthy cartilage. Moreover, the cartilage gradually degrades with age.
Treatment of acute necrotizing pancreatitis with stem cells
In 2012 Ukrainian Ministry of Health has approved usage of stem cells as a viable treatment of acute necrotizing pancreatitis.
Necrotizing pancreatitis is an extreme complication of acute pancreatitis. It may occur when pancreatitis is left untreated for a prolonged period of time and pancreas becomes extremely inflamed.
Treatment of psoriasis with stem cells
What is psoriasis?
Psoriasis is a chronic, long-lasting autoimmune disease of the skin. According to the current estimates, from 2 to 4% of the global population are affected. While there are different types of psoriasis, 90% of the cases usually manifest as plaques (inflamed white scales) on the skin.
Stem cell therapy
- Organoids created to treat type 1 diabetes are invisible to the immune system01.09.2020 - 04:07
- Self-eating of stem cells may be the key to new regenerative therapies25.08.2020 - 03:54
- Stem cells in combination with glaucoma medication promote diabetic wound healing18.08.2020 - 03:34
- Stem cell grafts show functionality in spinal cord injuries11.08.2020 - 03:14
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