Diabetes and how to defeat it using stem cell therapy
Living with diabetes and managing the disease is not easy. To make matters worse, losing weight and eating the right food is not enough to cure it completely.
You can still suffer from diabetes symptoms despite eating the right food and exercising daily. Without insulin and other forms of treatment for diabetes, patients will still feel sluggish, have a harder time healing their wounds, and suffer from blurry vision. Ultimately, it can progress to destroying the nerves and is fatal.
How does diabetes occur?
Diabetes is due to the loss of beta cells in the human pancreas responsible for generating insulin. The hormone that is tasked to lower blood sugar is attacked and starts to fail. As a result, no matter how many lifestyle changes a diabetic patient might perform, they would still be required to take insulin shots for the rest of their life.
Frequent insulin shots cause redness, swelling, and itching at the injection site. It also affects the mindset and causes a person to feel depressed, it also gets easier to gain weight and suffer from constipation due to diabetes. It definitely not a walk in the park.
And because of this, pharmaceutical companies, doctors, and researchers worldwide have invested billions and billions to find a permanent cure for diabetes.
A rising hope with Stem Cell Therapy
Stem cell therapy is not exactly new, but it is the kind of science that evolves every year. Today, researchers are happy to announce that they finally found something promising when it comes to curing Diabetes.
Stem cell researchers report that cell therapy can be used to regenerate a diabetic's pancreas and coax it to produce insulin. Researchers at the ICMR National Institute for Research in Reproductive Health in Mumbai, are feeling positive about the prospects of stem cell therapy when it comes to permanently curing diabetes.
The dream of stem cell therapy researchers is that no diabetic patient would need to depend on insulin forever, because they can finally reignite the natural ability of the pancreas to produce insulin.
A team of researchers headed by Deepa Bhartiya found stem cells in adult mouse pancreas called very small Embryonic-like cells, they are a little bit smaller than red blood cells. These cells are pluripotent, they can turn into any type of cell. These cells are readily available in the pancreas and could be manipulated to regenerate the pancreas of diabetic patients in the near future.
VSELs are present in the adult tissues and they function as a backup pool for stem cells. The discovery of VSELS in pancreatic islets is giving doctors and researchers much-needed hope when it comes to battling diabetes altogether.
Stem Cell therapy greatly relies on the use and function of pluripotent stem cells extracted from the embryo, or from adult cells that can be induced into a pluripotent state.
Mariusz Ratajczak at the Stem Cell Institute of the University of Louisville, who first discovered VSELs in adult bone marrow in 2006 stated the finding that small-sized pluripotent stem cells do exist in the adult pancreas could mean that there is huge potential for stem cell therapy to one day be used for transplantation to assist in curing diabetes. We could one day manipulate cells to regenerate and cure diabetes forever.
There are now major companies in California that are also developing a diabetes treatment by converting immature stem cells into pancreatic cells which usually takes up to 30 days. Once cells are produced, they are implanted in diabetic patients and then mature into beta cells to help monitor glucose levels.
Stem Cell Advocates
There is without a doubt great promise in Stem Cell Therapy. It is just a matter of making it mainstream and accessible.
The role of Stem cell advocates like Author/Singer/Actress and Film Producer Lourdes Duque Baron is crucial.
Humanity needs to wake up and realize the enormous potential and gains in stem cell therapy. It is all about waking up the natural healing capacity of the human mind and body to regenerate itself.
The upcoming book “ New Breed of Homo Sapiens” aims to do just that. Stem cell therapy doesn’t have to be complicated. It has to be shared in a powerful and meaningful way.
Stem Cell therapy is the reason for the phenomenal improvements that allow stem cell advocates Lourdes Duque Baron and Michael York to continue living with amazing energy and boosted immune systems.
Receivers of billions of stem cells both attest to the truth of this rejuvenating and immensely powerful treatment.
Michael York a highly respected A-list actor became an advocate for stem cells after receiving treatment for his Amyloidosis and Multiple Myeloma.
While 75-year-old Lourdes Duque Baron experienced the healing of her Osteoporosis by way of stem cell therapy.
Feeling Good At Any Age The One Stop Rejuvenation Center ( FGAAA) in West Covina, California is one of the leading stem cell therapy clinics in the world that offer premium quality products and the latest available stem cell treatments for a variety of health conditions like chronic heart failure, chronic kidney disease, and type 1 diabetes, among others.
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