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Stem Cell Therapy for Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus
Adult stem cells may be able to improve and even reverse the effects of type 1 diabetes mellitus. The chronic illness is associated with the body’s inability to produce insulin. Millions of Americans have type 1 diabetes, more are diagnosed each year. Juvenile or type 1 diabetes is usually diagnosed in children and young adults, but the disease can al...

Stem Cells and Heart Disease
Human stem cells have shown great potential as a natural, autologoushealing tool. There are always new studies being conducted to discover areas of promise for stem cell therapies. Recently, a research was conducted in Hong Kong, to find ways to use stem cells to treat the damage of myocardial infarction in heart disease patients. Last year, the City Univer...

Stem Cell Therapy for Joint Injuries
Many patients struggling with knee, shoulder, or hip injuries, are unable to find relief with conservative treatments. They are often told that the only option left is a joint replacement. A joint replacement is a major surgery that requires weeks or months of recovery with painful rehabilitation. Fortunately, these patients now have another treatment optio...

Stem cells for kidney disease treatment
Kidney failure affects over hundreds of thousands of Americans and causes thousands of deaths each year. While there are many causes of kidney failure, the treatment available is similar. Patients with kidney failure often need expensive weekly dialysis while they wait in the ever-growing potential recipient list for a transplant. Fortunately, advances in s...

Early Signs of Alzheimer’s and Treatment
Alzheimer’s Disease is an irreversible, progressive disease that involves the build-up and spread of some proteins in the brain called “plaques” and “tangles”, causing the tissue to shrink significantly. This leads to problems related to memory, problem-solving, thinking, and movement.   The symptoms of Alzheimer’s ...

Stem Cell Therapy can help you avoid 4 Surgeries
Injuries and painful conditions can prevent you from doing what you love and bring your life to a standstill. For many patients with joint, tendon, and ligament injuries, surgery may seem to be the only treatment option. Fortunately, that’s not true. Non-invasive regenerative orthopedic treatments can help you avoid potentially risky surgery while he...

Stem Cell Treatment for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Tears
Millions of Americans deal with chronic pain every day. Some people live with mild chronic pain all their lives but for others, the chronic pain is so severe, they can’t carry out even their activities of daily living. For those who are suffering from chronic knee pain, the reason could be a fully or partially torn ACL. If you suspect you may have inj...

Stem Cell Treatment for Rotator Cuff Injury
A rotator cuff injury may be caused due to an acute injury or fall or degenerative damage. Left untreated, it may worsen over time with repetitive movements, lack of blood supply or bone spur formation or a combination of all those. Stem Cells treatment offers an effective solution for rotator cuff tear or injury with faster recovery. Rotator cuff injury T...

5 Reasons why Stem Cell Treatment is better than Orthopedic Surgery
Chronic, debilitating pain in the knee, hip, shoulder, or back affects millions of Americans and other people around the world. As a result, an increasing number of surgical procedures are being performed, with total knee and hip replacements being the most common ones. Fortunately, surgery is not the only solution. Before you say yes to a joint replacement...

Neurological Disorders and Stem Cell Therapy
Every child should be healthy but unfortunately, some are born with neuromuscular and neurodegenerative disorders. Stem cell therapy can be used to manage these disorders. Stem cells are cells that help the body in repair and regeneration of tissues and can differentiate into various types of cells. However, stem cells reduce in number as we age. So, new st...

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