I find this page by accident. When I click the online consultation, a real doctor just appeared in the video. He answered all my questions and made a detailed analysis of my kidney problem.
My son stared dialysis a week ago, is he a good candidate for a stem cell therapy?
Hello, friend. I’m sorry to hear the news. But for your question, I will give you an answer.
Dialysis, as the life-maintaining treatment for those with Kidney Failure, can help discharge extra wastes and toxins from the body. But as the matter of fact, dialysis cannot repair kidney damage and improve renal function. Therefore, it is necessary to look for the alternative treatments. Stem Cell Therapy is a good choice for end stage renal disease patients. That’s to say, stem cell therapy can be the new hope for patients who are on dialysis.
Stem cell are the original cells that are not fully differentiated. They have the unlimited differentiation ability and self-renewing ability. It can develop into all kinds of tissues and organs in our body. It is known as the “universal cells” with strong plasticity. Well then, how does it treat kidney disease? Actually, due to its ability of differentiation, stem cells can create a completely new, normal or even much younger cell, tissue and organ. Thus it can replace the damaged or necrotic cells to do normal job. It can effectively treat the disease and prevent the relapse of the disease.