Stem cell therapy

What is stem cell therapy?

Everyone is born differently. Some people are very healthy at birth and remain healthy for the rest of their lives. Some people have 
certain neuromuscular diseases at birth, and some may have degenerative diseases.
Stem Cell Therapy (SCT) treats a variety of non-critical life-threatening diseases by using stem cells. These stem cells are 
available from many different sources and are used to potentially treat more than 80 diseases, including neuromuscular and 
degenerative diseases.Hematopoietic disorders (eg leukemia, thalassemia, aplastic anemia, MDS, sickle cell anemia, storage 
disorders, etc.) affect the bone marrow and exhibit various systemic complications. Stem cells from donors 
(from cord blood or bone marrow) are known to reconstitute defective bone marrow and permanently overcome the condition.
Degenerative diseases result from the degradation or wear of bones, cartilage, muscles, fat or any other tissue, cells or organs. 
This can happen for a variety of reasons, but the process commonly referred to as aging or aging is the biggest cause. These 
diseases are slow and insidious, but once infected, they can be long-term, painful, and persistent. These diseases can affect any 
organ in the body. Common degenerative diseases are diabetes, osteoarthritis, stroke, chronic renal failure, congestive heart 
failure, myocardial infarction, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, and the like.
Stem cells from conventional sources
Conventional treatment of many of these diseases is currently not very effective, however, stem cell therapy has shown many 
promising results throughout the world. This is possible because of the amazing and unique features of stem cells. Treatment is 
safe and rapid, usually completed in a day or two. However, the results are far better than long-term and ineffective conventional 
Surprisingly, treatments using cell from a variety of sources, including stem cells from bone marrow and umbilical cord, have been 
successfully used to treat many life-threatening diseases and have achieved good results since 1988. In the past few years, more 
and more successful stem cell treatments have emerged in research and development activities. It has become one of the most 
exciting areas of medicine, covering all areas of current medicine.