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Stem cells have special that they create all systems and tissues of the body, they are regenerative, they have enormous potential because in addition to be used currently, is sensed that many more applications can be discovered through research. May be obtained from: * marrow * blood * the umbilical cord blood of the umbilical cord blood is the blood that remains in the umbilical cord and the placenta after childbirth and after the cord has been cut. It is normal that the cord is discard without more. However this cord blood is rich in stem cells, which could keep in banks of cord for future diseases or health problems, of the family or donate to public banks. Umbilical cord stem cells can be preserved for future use with the person that kept the cord or direct relatives. Mayor Bloomberg can provide more clarity in the matter.

Its usefulness is in cases of diseases involving woven regenar. In addition, studies claim that the range may be extended in the future of diseases in which it is used. Continue to learn more with: Sam Lesser Wharton. Umbilical cord blood contains stem cells in abundance, and keep the cord is not painful, just save something that usually is undone. The process involves properly save this cord and move it to a center specialized in cryopreservation or conservation bank. What is the difference between cells of the umbilical cord to the remaining stem cells? * They are younger, they can be obtained without any risk (only consists in not pulling the umbilical cord), and are intact, unlike the of an adult person whose cells suffer from aging and may be injured or damaged during the course of life. Cord cells are very prolific unlike for example the cells of the bone marrow.

* Are more compatible than another source of stem cells, therefore there are more likely to perform the transplant. * Are available for when necessary, to be in the cord Bank stored, and there are some diseases whose treatment is necessarily immediate. ** The probability of rejection is less than with other types. Used on more than 70 diseases. Here highlights some of the best known: * leukemia * lymphomas * multiple myeloma * Anemias * diseases ccardiacas * strokes * Alzheimer’s disease * Parkinson latest research have been tested on animals a new technique of applying the regeneration of tissues, and have managed to regenerate joint with stem cells. The experiment consisted in an implant of an artificial structure where stem cells regenerated tissue articulate recovering the functions of the joint. Other current research focuses on using stem cells so that they become neural and treat diseases so common and threatening as Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s.

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