Bank Your Kid’s Cord Blood – Save a Life

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Lets’s bank our baby’s cord blood.


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Symptoms of Chronic Leukemia Mielositik

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Radiation therapy to the spleen sometimes help reduce the number of cells leukemik. Sometimes the spleen must be surgically removed (splenectomy) to:
- Reduce the discomfort in the abdomen
- Increase the number of platelets
- Reducing the likelihood of transfusion.


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Arteritis of The Lower Limbs: New Hope

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In the treatment of peripheral vascular, injecting stem cells from bone marrow by a team of Japanese researchers, raising hopes.


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Mature Umbilical Cord Blood Cells

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Stem cells can be found at various places in our body. Research has discovered the potential life-saving importance of these cells, and is used today to treat various diseases. This article is to help the reader understand the two types of stem cells, where they come from and what diseases are treated with the research and data collected by the study of stem cells.


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What is The Purpose of Having The Stem Cell Transplant?

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Stem cells are immature cells, but can mature into blood cells. The process of infusion of healthy stem cells in the body system is done by cell transplantation. Is it really necessary when the bone marrow does not work and does not produce enough stem cells needed by the body. The main goal of transplantation is to make the body unable to produce enough white blood cells, red blood cells and prevent anemia cases, infection, bleeding, etc.


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Japan Nuclear Crisis – Storage of Blood Cells

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Some japanese experts have been stating that the worker’s from the nuclear plant should store there own blood cells in case of radiation treatment.


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Fetal Stem Cells

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Stem cells are cells that have the potential to become many different cell types or specialized. Stem cells can be regarded as primitive, "non-specialized cells" that are capable of dividing and become specialized cells such as liver cells, muscle cells, blood cells and other cells with specific functions. Stem cells are called "undifferentiated" cells, which are not yet engaged in a development path that is an organ or tissue specific. The process of change in a particular cell type is called differentiation. In some parts of the body, stem split cells periodically to renew and repair the existing urban fabric. Bone marrow and gastrointestinal tract are examples of areas where stem cells under renovation and repair of tissues.


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Blood Stem Cell Transplantation

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What does the peripheral blood stem cells?

peripheral blood stem cells is a new technique in which stem cells are cells derived from blood of a patient and used in bone marrow transplantation.


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Power Unsuspected Stem Cells

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The first to have examined the phenomenon of stem cells from bone marrow is the world-renowned scientist Christian Drapeau. He studied this process for two decades and has developed a patented natural product that contains a freshwater algae that contributes to the release of stem cells from bone marrow of 25% to 30%, or 3-4000000 additional stem cells.


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Scientists “Trick” The Bone Marrow to Create Stem Cells Repair

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Finding could help in future to repair the heart after an attack or break a bone after.


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