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STEM CELL THERAPY BENEFICIAL IN VARIOUS DISEASES. Kaur Manpreet, Kaur Amandeep, Sharma Ramica

STEM CELL THERAPY BENEFICIAL IN VARIOUS DISEASES.

Kaur Manpreet, Kaur Amandeep, Sharma Ramica

International Journal of Natural Product Science 2012: Spl Issue 1:221.

Abstract(RBIP-221)

Stem cells are biological cells found in all multicellular organisms that have the remarkable potential to divide and differentiate into diverts specialized cell types and can self renewed to produced more stem cells. They have the ability to build every tissue in the human body; hence, they have great potential for future therapeutic uses in tissue regeneration and repair. When a stem cell divides, each new cell has the potential to either remain a stem cell or become another type of cell with a more specialized function, such as a muscle cell, a red blood cell, or a brain cell. Stem cell therapy in disease: There are a number of strategies that produces dopamine neurons from human stem cells for transplantation into humans with Parkinson's disease. Stem cell therapy also played a promising role in diabetes in which beta cells are replaced with stem cells. Stem cell activation on scalp helps the regeneration of aging hair folloiles thus reverse the effect of baldness. Stem cell transplantation in cancer treatment is to make it possible for patients to receive very high doses of chemotherapy. Stem cell transplants replace the stem cells destroyed by high dose cancer treatment allowing bone marrow to produce healthy cells.

Conclusion: Stem cell research holds great promise for improving human health; but at the same time it also raises several ethical and social issues. Therefore the research needs to be regulated to strike a balance.

Keywords: Stem cells, disease and shortcoming.
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