Stem Cell: Advanced Research and Therapy (ISSN: 2637-9589)

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Stem Cell

Authors: Pham Tuong Van*

*Corresponding Author: Pham Tuong Van, Department of Medical Ethics and Social Medicine, Hanoi Medical University, Vietnam

Received Date: 29 November, 2021

Accepted Date: : 01 December, 2021

Published Date: 06 December, 2021

Short Communication

Stem Cell Therapy

Stem cells are undifferentiated cells that capable of self-replicating and dividing many times. Under certain conditions, cells can differentiate into cells with specific functions such as myocardial stem cells, pancreatic stem cells, skin stem cells, vascular stem cells, blood stem cells, nerve stem cells, cartilage stem cells. This treatment has the potential to address a number of serious illnesses and damage; which can be acquired throughout life [1].

Mechanism of Therapy

SC therapy is extracted from the selected patient's cell samples for activation and cultured in the cell culture room until its best growth and state. Then, the healthy stem cells are introduced into the veins and circulating in the body, which will capture the SDF-1 signals (inflammation-damaged organ; weakened). At the damaged site, stem cells will act on their own to replace, repair the damaged area, and then immediately go to another location [1].


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