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Stem Cell Therapy is also known as stem cell transplant which has tremendous promise to help us understand and treat a range of diseases including chronic kidney disease, especially Kidney Failure. Well then, how does the treatment help renal failure patients? Now, let’s see.
Kidney Failure is a medical condition in which the kidneys fail to adequately filter waste products from the body. Along with the progression of illness condition, patients will experience more and more symptoms, and patients will also lose more and more functioning renal cells and tissues. Eventually, Dialysis or Kidney Transplant will be the last choice for patients. But I am sure that the consequence is not what we want. Because patients may suffer from more and more symptoms. As the matter of fact, although kidney failure cannot be cured completely, we still can do useful something so as to stop or at least slow down the progression of illness condition totally.
What is the stem cell therapy?
Fortunately, Stem Cell Therapy can be new hope for kidney failure patients. Briefly, stem cells are characterized by their capacity for self-renewal and ability to differentiate into specialized cell types.
How does it help kidney failure patients?
In recent years, clinical research finds that stem cells can differentiate into inherent kidney cells and renal parenchymal cells, replacing the damaged or necrotic kidney cells and tissues. So stem cell transplant shows an obvious effect on repairing and rebuilding kidney functioning cells. In the condition, the poor renal function can get improvement and kidney will also function normally. Last, patients will also get rid of dialysis and live a improved-quality life.
Is there any risk to take the therapy?
Compared with conventional therapies, stem cells won’t cause rejection reaction, have strong differentiated ability, and don’t cause any toxicity or side effect. What’s more, after many years’ research and practices, the success rate of Stem Cell Therapy has been improved largely. Now, it has risen to 90% especially in the specialized kidney disease hospital. I believe most kidney disease patients can get confidence from this success rate.