Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative medicine is a relatively new field of study that heals or replaces tissues and organs damaged by age, disease, or trauma, as well as to ameliorate congenital defects. Recent promising preclinical and clinical data supports the possibility for treating both chronic and acute diseases. Regenerative medicine is also able to abet diseases occurring across a wide array of organ systems, including cardiovascular diseases and traumas, skin diseases, treatments for certain types of cancer, and so on. One of the aims of regenerative sciences is to create new body parts from a patient’s own cells and tissues. This would serve two functions: eliminate the demand for organs; and eliminate the complications due to organ rejection. When there is damage to tissues or organs, they could repair themselves with pluripotent stem cells; this process could reverse or prevent damage to vital organs.

  • Embryonic Stem cells
  • Stem Cell Biomarkers
  • Rehabilitation Engineering
  • Genetically modified Stem Cell Therapy
  • Regenerative Medicine for Tissue Regeneration

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