When are stem cells used?

Umbilical Cord Blood was successfully used for the first time in 1988 in France. Since then umbilical cord blood was used over 60,000 times for therapies in hospitals around the world.

Currently stem cells from the cord blood are used in medicine as therapy in more than 80 diseases, there are also clinical trials that use cord blood for both stem cell transplants and emerging therapies in regenerative medicine. The most advanced are in cerebral palsy and other neurological diseases, type I diabetes, autism and hearing loss.

There are currently numerous clinical trials investigating the applications of the Umbilical Cord Tissue and Placental Tissue Stem Cells for a variety of conditions in the field of the regenerative medicine. Tissue mesenchymal stem cells, thanks to their great therapeutic potential, have seen a significant growth in application in clinical trials in recent years. These studies are covering overall the treatments in
neurology, orthopedics, ophthalmology and autoimmune diseases.

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