Treatment of diabetes with stem cells

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stem cells in diabetesdiabetes has become quite a serious problem not only in our country but in other countries, because the number of people who suffer from this disease increases from year to year. In this regard, scientists around the world are working to develop new therapies for this serious disease, as well as trying to improve the current.

currently there are a number of methods by which you can carry out the treatment of diabetes mellitus type I and II with different efficiency. Among the new, but already clinically tested and approved by several health organizations around the world should include the method of treatment of diabetes with stem cells. Treatment of both types of diabetes is by transplantation of hematopoietic stem cells.

Stem cells can form tissues, and cells of the human body in order to use them for medical purposes. In this regard, they started to be used in the treatment of a number of diseases, including diabetes. Every year they are increasingly being used in order to treat diabetic patients.

this applies To a special protein, through which the transformation of embryonic stem cells in the bone marrow, cells that can produce insulin (similar to the cells of the pancreas). Thus, it was revealed that on Wednesday, where the cultivation of such cells and add the sugar or glucose, the cells that were formed from stem cells began to produce insulin, which gave the opportunity to use this technique to assist patients with diabetes in different degrees of difficulty.

treatment of diabetes with stem cellsin addition, the generated cells contribute to the regeneration of cells, which are located on the inner surface of blood vessels exposed in this disease the harmful effects of substances such as glycosylated hemoglobin.

the Main goal of diabetes treatment using stem cells is to prevent the occurrence of complications in the development of the disease, normalization of blood concentrations of glycated haemoglobin and reduction in the volume of insulin to be taken (in the case of type I diabetes) and normalization of glucose concentration in the blood (in the case of type II diabetes).