Stem Cell Research

Stem cells are undifferentiated natural cells found in multicellular organisms that go through mitosis to make more cells. Stem cells are divided into two types: embryonic stem cells and adult stem cells. The stem cell treatment was discovered to be a life-saving treatment for those suffering from aggressive malignancies and blood problems. The umbilical cord of a newborn can be harvested for stem cells. They can also be obtained from blood and bone marrow. The method of using stem cells to treat and prevent disease or confusion is known as stem cell treatment. Although bone marrow transplantation is the most prevalent stem cell therapy, there are additional stem cell treatments that use umbilical cord blood.

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