Stem Cells in Disease and Treatment

Undifferentiated cells with the ability to proliferate, regenerate, convert to differentiated cells, and produce a variety of tissues are known as stem cells. Embryonic and adult stem cells are the two types of stem cells. The manner in which mesenchymal stem cells are administered to patients is determined by the condition for which they are being employed. A lot of research is being done to see if stem cells can be used to treat diseases. Stem cell therapies are predicted to be developed in the future for a variety of disorders for which there are now no effective treatments. Mesenchymal stem cells are being investigated as a possible treatment for a number of disorders.

  • Diseases Treated with Stem Cells
  • Role of Stem Cells in Treatment
  • Stem Cell Transplants
  • Stem Cell Therapies