What is Stem Cell Therapy?

Tissues and organs that we have are composed of various cells formation. The cells that make up the parts are also made up of many different types. Broadly speaking, the cell is divided into two classes. 

Which are "stem cells" and non-stem cells. Common functions of the cells inside our bodies is to fill in the cells that are still empty or damaged. These biological events can only occur if the body of the owner of the cell alive. Body health is also greatly influenced the development and the process of cell division, especially stem cell self. 

The number of cells produced can be reduced with a very large amount when the body is not in a state of excellence. Interestingly, stem cells also can meet the needs that are required by the body. When any part of dead or damaged cells, other cells will automatically grow even if the cells are not active in the time period long enough. Because it is known as a center for cells regeneration, many scientists are trying to dig out the basic methods of stem cell treatment.

Because naturally stem cells have the task of replacing old or diseased cells, the scientists put forward the ideas to use stem cells as a therapy for patients with various medical conditions. The idea in question is by giving patients stem cells or differentiated cells made from stem cells, we can use the natural ability of cells to cure the patient back to health. 

What is Stem Cell Therapy

For example, if a patient has a heart attack, by giving the patient a stem cell therapy in transplantation form, our goal is to make the transplanted stem cells to repair the damage in the heart. Natural populations of stem cells that we have only had a limited capacity to repair the damage in our bodies. Returning to the example of the heart, stem cells possessed the heart itself is not able to carry out the task of repairing the damage of a heart attack, but of millions of stem cell transplants are much stronger.

So that, by providing a stem cell transplant patients, we increase the body's ability to heal exceeded the capacity of stem cells that are naturally in limited number. Stem cells most likely will change the world of medicine and perhaps in one or two decades, most of us will know someone, maybe even ourselves, who have a stem cell transplant. 
Stem cells promise to cure major diseases facing by people, such as cancer, heart disease, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, stroke, Huntington's disease, spinal cord injuries, and much more.

Currently, there are multiple stem cell transplants that have been tested by scientists are safe and effective. The best example is a bone marrow transplant. However, many stem cell treatment untested advertised and offered around the world. Often the treatment is getting a lot of attention in the media when celebrities such as sports stars undergo this treatment. 

Generally, scientists and physicians in the field of stem cells to warn patients to avoid such treatment because it is not yet clear whether such treatment actually functioning and safe.