Stem Cell Therapy for Diabetes In Europe
Diabetes is one of the most rapidly increasing health crisis in modern society. Complications of diabetes include heart disease, blindness, nerve damage and kidney damage. High quality medical treatments, affordable prices, accessible airfare, but also high success rates are the main reasons why medical tourists all over the world prefer Europe.
What is diabetes?
In diabetes, the body does not make enough insulin and/or doesn’t respond to it properly. Diabetes occurs when the body’s immune system attacks the pancreatic beta cells so that they become damaged and can no longer make insulin. This means the levels of sugar in the blood stay high all the time, which can lead to long-term damage to the body.
Stem Cell Therapy is a revolutionary treatment that has shown positive results in diabetes patients over the years.
Stem cells have the potential of regenerating body tissues and are part of the body’s own repair mechanism. As research has shown, several types of regenerative cells treatments have been effective in treating Diabetes.
- Embryonic Stem Cell Therapy
- Adult Stem Cell Therapy
- Cord Blood Stem Cells
- Placenta Cell Therapy
How does Regenerative Treatment for Diabetes work?
Currently scientists are working to make sure the transplanted cells will be safe and efficient at controlling blood sugar levels. The new beta cells must be able to sense blood sugar levels and react accordingly. The main problem to be overcome now is how to stop the immune system destroying the transplanted cells without using immune suppressing drugs.
The results of Stem Cell Therapy for Diabetes:
- Blood sugar level reduction
- Reduction of the dose of hypoglycemic medications (external insulin or pills)
- Lipid metabolism management
- Blood pressure lowering and management
- Prevention and treatment of complications (macro- and microangiopathy, neuropathy, neuropathy)
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