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2021 has been a very challenging year for science where we never seen the medical community so divided. Our aim is to bring information about the amazing progress with stem cells therapy not only to recover from covid-19 but also in various fields such cancer therapy or organs regeneration. Feel free to subscribe and share […]

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A Beacon of Hope for Thalassemia Patients

Thalassemia, a genetic blood disorder, has long been a challenge in the medical world. But with the advent of stem cell therapy, there’s a new ray of hope for patients. At Cell LaVie, we’re at the forefront of this groundbreaking treatment, offering new possibilities for those affected by this condition. In this article, we’ll explore […]

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The Promise of Liver Regeneration with Stem Cells

The human liver is a remarkable organ, known for its unique ability to regenerate itself. This ability, however, has its limits, particularly in cases of severe damage or chronic diseases. The emerging field of stem cell therapy offers a new horizon in liver regeneration. In this article, we’ll explore the potential of stem cells in […]

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Regeneration of Cartilage with Stem Cells

The field of regenerative medicine has witnessed remarkable advancements in recent years, particularly in the area of cartilage regeneration using stem cells. Cartilage damage, often caused by diseases like osteoarthritis or injuries, has been a significant challenge in orthopedic medicine due to the limited self-healing capacity of cartilage. However, stem cell therapy presents a promising […]

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Mesenchymal Stem Cells: A New Hope for Treating Degenerative Diseases

In the realm of regenerative medicine, mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) have emerged as a beacon of hope for treating a variety of degenerative diseases. These cells, known for their unique ability to differentiate into various cell types, are at the forefront of some of the most promising advances in medical science. This article delves into […]

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Stem Cell Therapy for Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

A trial conducted by teams from various universities and hospitals, including the University of Cambridge, has shown promising results in treating progressive multiple sclerosis with stem cells derived from brain tissue. The study observed no treatment-related deaths or serious adverse events over 12 months, and patients showed a substantial stability of the disease without signs […]

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TOP 5 Questions to Ask Before Getting a Stem Cell Treatment

Stem cell therapy is an exciting and rapidly advancing field of medicine that holds promise for a wide range of conditions, from joint pain to chronic diseases. However, before you embark on a stem cell treatment journey, it’s crucial to be well-informed and ask the right questions to ensure that you’re making the best decisions […]

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Unlocking Hope: The Potential Benefits of Stem Cells for Diabetes Type 1 and Type 2

Diabetes, both Type 1 and Type 2, affects millions of lives worldwide, presenting a constant challenge for those diagnosed and their healthcare providers. While traditional treatments and management strategies have come a long way, there’s growing excitement about the potential benefits of stem cell therapy for diabetes. In this blog post, we’ll delve into how […]

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Understanding the Differences Between Diabetes Type 1 and Type 2

Diabetes is a chronic medical condition characterized by elevated levels of blood glucose, commonly known as blood sugar. It affects millions of people worldwide and can lead to various health complications if not properly managed. There are two primary forms of diabetes: Type 1 and Type 2. While they share similarities, they are distinct in […]

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Body fluid-derived stem cells.

Somatic stem cells have been obtained from solid organs and tissues, including the bone marrow, placenta, corneal stroma, periosteum, adipose tissue, dental pulp and skeletal muscle. These solid tissue-derived stem cells are often used for tissue repair, disease modelling and new drug development. In the past two decades, stem cells have also been identified in […]

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