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Stem Cell Research Changing Perceptions as well as Lives

Treatments involving stem cells are saving lives globally. Legislations such as those examined in the U.S. last Thursday encourage awareness and innovation that surround stem cell treatments and therapies. Stem cell research is a fast-paced field with a focus on the utilisation of stem cells derived from umbilical cord blood and tissue. These adult stem cells can consequently be differentiated and engineered to target conditions that were previously considered untreatable. An improvement across the world in the approval of bills and legislations would pave the path to a greater understanding of this pioneering field. As a result, the future would see the influx of a greater variety of conditions being treated by stem cell research.

Stem cells originating from umbilical cord have been proved to give positive results in the treatment of conditions included to, but not limited to, ataxia, cerebral palsy, spinal cord injuries and muscular dystrophy. Here, stem cells from unrelated donors have been proven to have the ability to treat patients. A growing amount of interest in umbilical cord and bone marrow banking gives rise to an increase in the abundance of derived stem cells. For example, Canada has recently launched a national cord blood bank Thursday and bone marrow donations in the UK have increased by 22% in the past year.

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Beike Biotechnology has been a pioneer for years in umbilical cord blood banking and is certified by the American Association of Blood Banks. They also have an extensive history of treatment protocols that utilize stem cells collected from umbilical cord blood and tissue. These cord samples are tested extensively to ensure that the stem cells are of the highest quality and are then processed and packaged for various treatment protocols and research.

For the past decade, patients worldwide have been choosing Beike Biotechnology stem cells when seeking treatments. Success stories include that of Alex Spiridon from Romania, who was treated for cerebral palsy at Better Being Hospital in Thailand. Significant improvements were seen in Alex’s mobility and ability to communicate. One of the many people that Beike Biotechnology has helped with their breakthrough research in stem cell treatments, Alex is a case which gives hope to tackle conditions that would have been previously untreatable.

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