Category: D-Treatment

Cord Blood Stem Cells to Treat Type 1 Diabetes

Cord Blood Stem Cells to Treat Type 1 Diabetes

Cord blood is the blood that remains in the newborn's blood after birth. Collecting cord blood cells is a simple, safe, painless procedure that usually takes less than five minutes and happens immediately after...

Stem cells Transplant Helps to Get Rid of Insulin Injection

Stem cells Transplant Helps to Get Rid of Insulin Injection

Type 1 diabetes is a lifelong disease in which there are high levels of sugar in the blood. Type 1 diabetes is common in children, adolescents, or young adults. Type 1 diabetes occurs when...

Is There Permanent Solution to Diabetes

Is There Permanent Solution to Diabetes

Stem Cells are immature cells which can differentiate into mature cells. All kinds of stem cells have three general features:they are unspecialized; they are able to divide and renew themselves without limit; they can...

Advantages of Treating Diabetes with Stem Cell Transplant

Advantages of Treating Diabetes with Stem Cell Transplant

1. Stem cells have self-renewing an ability which means stem cells can regenerate mass of offspring that may have exactly the same characteristics as these original stem cells. In addition, stem cells have the...

New Way to Treat Diabetes with Stem Cell Transplant

New Way to Treat Diabetes with Stem Cell Transplant

Diabetes Mellitus is caused by the decline of islet cells’ function or by the absolute or relative shortage of insulin secretion due to insulin resistance. Thereby, it is a new thought to stop the...

Treating Stem Cells with Cord Blood Stem Cells

Treating Stem Cells with Cord Blood Stem Cells

1. After implanted into the body, firstly stem cells homing and subsequently, they move to the damaged pancreas to promote the production of pancreas islet.

The Side Effects of Using Insulin

The Side Effects of Using Insulin

Diabetes is a group of metabolic disease either because the body does not produce enough insulin or because cells do not respond to the insulin that is produced. Clinically, doctors inject insulin to patients...