Wednesday, 24 August 2011

About Research of Cord Tissue Stem Cell

About 20 years ago cord blood stem cells were used to treat only one disease. Today, cord blood stem cells have been used effectively in the treatment of nearly 70 diseases with the expected to treat even more disease in the future. So,who behind all this? Science.
Uncounted hours of research and hundreds, if not thousands of studies are responsible for the discovery of new medical applications for cord blood stem cells - fundamentally establishing their value. Great scientific minds combined with advancing technology means research endeavor will continue to reveal new possibilities for cord blood stem cells, as well as, other types of stem cells that could possibly furnish curative value to people in future.
In modern years, Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MS Cs) have appeared as the next generation of discovery in stem cell research. Over 50 studies have used MS Cs infusion from cord tissue – all of them preceding to outcry preservation.1 To date, there is no published data examining MS Cs extracted from cord tissue after freezing (post-cryopreservation).†2
Here are a few of the diseases where MS Cs, infusion from cord tissue, were used for treatment in pr-clinical studies:

  • Parkinson’s disease

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis

  • Liver Fibrosis

  • Lung Cancer

  • Sports injuries (cartilage)

  • Juvenile Diabetes


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