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You might have burn injuries from an industrial accident or you might know someone with a certain type of blood cancer. And you are looking around for solutions.


Do you know that you can benefit from regenerative medicine? It is a rapidly evolving branch of medicine that is showing great promise in developing methods to regrow, repair or replace damaged or diseased cells.

Regenerative medicine is distinctly set apart from traditional medicine as we know it that executes treatment with commonly used drugs that treat symptoms only. They don’t address the underlying causes.


Regenerative medicine is a 360 degree pivot from conventional medicine because it takes cells from a donor, also biomaterials and molecules, or even a combination of all three, to be put into a patient to treat an injury or disease.

Some proven cell therapies that have been accepted by the scientific and medical communities are the following:

1) Blood transfusion. This is the most common cell therapy that is widely used.

2) Transplantation of bone marrow. Patients with blood cancers or radiation damage are given a new leash on life because it is an opportunity to create new blood cells using a donor’s bone marrow stem cells.

3) Burn injuries. When a patient doesn’t have enough undamaged skin for skin graft treatment, the patient himself will be his own donor because his own skin cells will be isolated from a tiny biopsy and reproduced in a specialized laboratory.


All other diseases are in the experimental stage but are also set in the future to be revolutionary developments in regenerative medicine.

One such potential is in treating type 1 diabetes patients who can’t produce insulin. What regenerative medicine is exploring is to regenerate the islets of Langerhans to allow the patient to make insulin. So the goal is that there will be no more insulin injections and a return to normal sugar metabolism.

But what is potentially expected of regenerative medicine is that it will hasten the increase of life expectancy and improve the quality of life of patients with chronic diseases.


So, be wary of private stem cell therapy clinics that claim treatments in certain disorders that are not in the above list of proven procedures. Make sure that the physicians and staff have the training and credentials to ensure that you get the best and proven cell therapy treatments possible. Be also well informed about the cost from consultation, execution and post therapy expenses.