Effectiveness Of Stem Cell Therapy
Stem Cell Therapy uses the patient's own stem cells to treat minor to moderate conditions where a surgical option is the only go. Stem Cell Therapy is a substitute to surgery. Stem Cell Therapy is an easy recourse to surgery due to advances in technology and medical science.
Stem Cells can regrow as many different types of cells in the early stages of life and growth. Stem Cells can take on any type of cell in the body during early life and growth. Stem Cell divides itself to replace other cells. Stem Cell has the additional feature that it can remain as a stem cell or take up features of a specific cell such as Red blood cell or a muscle cell or brain cell.
Stem Cells has the ability to take the form of other cells. Stem cells are found throughout the body but are localized in the bone marrow. When the patient's own stem cells are injected into the diseased joint, they give rise to patients own natural healing process and reduce swelling, accelerate healing and prevent lesions and functional loss. Arthritis can look to be treated with much of the features of stem cells but ligament, tendons, cartilage and bone problems are also treated on par with stem cells. Stem Cells are proven to assist natural growth factors that accelerate healing and decrease swelling.
Stem Cells have earnest promise and will go far in treating patients suffering from a host of diseases and myriad health related conditions. The effects are witnessed in children who were suffering from leukemia and were treated with blood stem cells which got them rid of their travails thus saving thousands of children’s lives.
More importantly, splendid use of stem cells can be seen in tissue grafts that are used to supplement diseased bones, surface of the eye and skin. Most significantly, important clinical trials are witnessing use of stem cells in other traumatic cases with researchers continuing to explore new areas with uses of stem cells in medicine.
But all is not hunky-dory in the medicine field where some are using stem cells inappropriately in serious conditions and chronically ill patients when they may fail in their application. It is better to gather all potentially valid and some misleading information of stem cells which are circulated without having been proved.
Currently very few stem cell treatments have notched up success.
The list of treatments where stem cells have proven their adeptness is very short. It is mainly that blood stem cells are popular in the treatment of leukemia and bone marrow transplants. Certain simple conditions are treated fairly with stem cells but there are considerable treatments that have been disastrous in their first offing.
Some corneal (eye), skin and bone injuries have met success with stem cell therapy and the healing process depends on the stem cell in the implanted tissue. These have been accepted by the medical fraternity as safe and effective. All other treatments have proven to be highly ineffective, and are experimental in nature with some being dubbed as a failure.