Published on January 22nd, 2019 | by Michaelw0
Stem Cell Therapy to Replace Dialysis
Is Stem Cell therapy going to put an end to chronic kidney disease and dialysis in the near future?
According to several scientists and researchers, the answer is yes, and we may actually see the working therapies earlier than we thought.
Researchers are very optimistic about treating kidney disease with stem cells.
The promise of Stem Cells technologies is to develop regenerative therapies and lab-grown replacement kidneys to stop chronic kidney disease for good.
Recently, researchers and doctors have made impressive steps forward in treating very complicated diseases using stem cells.
The lives of thousands of children with leukemia have been saved thanks to the use of Stem Cells Therapy
Diseases that were incurable, like type 1 diabetes, heart disease, osteoarthritis, spinal cord injuries Parkinson’s disease and even cancer are now being successful treated with stem cell therapies.
Giving the huge success of these therapies, big and important clinical trials are underway for many other conditions and researchers are very optimistic about treating kidney disease with stem cells.