Regenerative Medicine And Stem Cell Therapy

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Regenerative Medicine and stem cell therapy.

Research continues to show an increasing number of potential benefits from the anti-inflamatory, immunology, and regenerative actions of stem cells.

1/10,000 Newborn
1/100,000 Teenager
1/250,000 Age 30
1/400,000 Age 50
1/2,000,000 Age 80

Lots of MSCs in our younger years. MSCs repair muscle, bone cartilage & tendons.

MSCs rapidly decline with age. Longer repair and recover times. More prone to aging and disease.

Mesenchymal Stem Cells shown as proportional of a totals cells in bonemarrow reference: TOBI Regenerative Medicine Symposium 2012 | www.ClinicalTrials.gov | www.PubMed.gov | www.webmd.com

Mesenchymal Stem Cells are specialized cells that are able to receive signals from the other cells in your body. Stem cells then seek out inflammation and degeneration and go to that location to begin repairing tissue.

Stem cells have been shown to help repair muscle, bone, cartilage and tendons. Research has indicated that stem cells can benefit a wide variety of health complications and may assist in individuals living stronger, healthier lives.

A look back: The history of stem cells

Stem cells have been around for over a century. The term stem cell was used as early at 1866. In 1909, Alexander Maximow lectured at the Berlin Hematological society on a theory that all blood cells originate from the same cell… a stem cell. The First bone marrow transplant occurred in 1968 using stem cells. In 1978 stem cells were discovered in human cord blood. After this, the world of regenerative medicine began to take shape. Stem cells have the capacity to replace bone, cartilage, heart, tissue,muscle, and more, showing much promise for many disease states.

What have umbilical cord blood stem cells done so far?

What will the results be in the future?
1 Type of disease was treated 1988
40 Type of disease was treated 2007
80 Type of disease was treated 2017
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