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Stem Cell Facts

Stem Cell Facts

 

                Stem cell has received tremendous attention from the press and media lately. Many medical researchers believe in its remarkable potential.  Some believe that it will be one of the most important medical discoveries in the history. More...

 

Stroke Stem Cell Therapy

Stroke Stem Cell Therapy        Stroke is a condition of the loss of brain functions due to burst or blocked blood vessel to the brain. The lack of blood flow in affected area of the brain can cause problems to other body functions such as immobility, impaired speech, vision, and more. Stroke is one of the most common emergencies. More...

 

 

Stem Cell Treatments For Autism

Stem Cell Treatments For Autism        Autism is a disease of brain development. The disease affects how the synapses and nerve cells connect and organize. The brain can’t process information properly. Symptoms of autism are poor communication skills, low social interaction, and repetitive behavior. Usually, these symptoms will manifest before the ages of three. Scientists believe that the disease is genetic. In some cases, substances that can cause birth defects may also be the cause of autism. More...

 

Alzheimer's Stem Cell Research

Alzheimer's Stem Cell Research              Alzheimer is an incurable degenerative disease. It is also known as Alzheimer’s disease (AD), Senile Dementia of the Alzheimer Type (SDAT). People who are 65 years of age and over are commonly diagnosed. Early symptoms of AD are often mistaken for the sign of aging. For instance, patient may have difficulty remembering recent facts. As the disease progresses, patients will experience more aggression, mood swings, confusion, language breakdown, and long term memory loss. Eventually, the body functions will gradually shut down and lead to death. More...

 

 

Stem Cell Treatment for Parkinsons

Stem Cell Treatment for Parkinsons          Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a disease of central nervous system. Patients who suffer from this disease will slowly lost control of their speech, movement ability, and other functions. Symptoms of Parkinson also include tremor, muscle rigidity, and inability to control movement. The disease is both progressive and chronic. More...

 

Stem Cell Therapy for Diabetes

Stem Cell Therapy for Diabetes                Diabetes is a disease which causes a patient to have high level of sugar in bloodstream, because the body fails to produce insulin or respond to produced insulin. Diabetes is classified into three categories: Type 1 diabetes, Type 2 diabetes, and Gestational diabetes. In type 1 diabetes, the patient’s body does not produce insurance. Insulin injection is needed. More...

 

Stem Cell Treatment for Cerebral Palsy

Stem Cell Treatment for Cerebral Palsy         Cerebral palsy (CP) is a condition of permanent physical disability in the areas of body movement. The disease can occur from pregnancy up to 3 years of age. Abnormal muscle tone, poor coordination, spasm, and slow reflex characterize symptoms of cerebral palsy. Infants with severe CP may have very stiff or floppy posture. More...

 

Spinal Cord Injuries And Stem Cell

Spinal Cord Injuries And Stem Cell              Since the ancient time, spinal cord injuries were one of the most difficult conditions to be treated. The earliest record of treatment was found in an Egyptian papyrus manuscript in 1700 B.C. According to this manuscript, the ailment is not to be treated. Spinal cord injuries usually resulted in paralysis, and those patients in the past were destined to die. More...