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Who is suitable for stem cell treatment of diabetes?
Who is suitable for stem cell treatment of diabetes? Studies have found that when something goes wrong in the body, 80% of the stem cells will gather there to complete the repair function.
According to the “Global Diabetes Report” released by the World Health Organization in 2017, the number of patients with diabetes is increasing globally. And with the improvement of living standards and the intensification of social competition pressure, the incidence rate is still showing a rising and younger trend.
In some countries, the current number of diabetic patients is 129 million, of which more than 90% are type 2 diabetes. The pathogenesis of type 2 diabetes is complicated, and its multiple complications lead to serious consequences such as disability and death of diabetic patients.
Conventional therapy for diabetes can only control blood sugar
We all know that the current conventional treatments for diabetes mainly include diet control, reasonable exercise, oral hypoglycemic drugs, insulin injections, etc., but these conventional treatments can only control blood sugar and cannot block the occurrence of complications, and most of them Diabetes patients cannot stop the medication, nor can they restore their own healthy balance regulation system.
Stem cell treatment of diabetes has achieved breakthrough results
With the strengthening of scientific research capabilities, scientists have obtained several breakthrough results in clinical research using stem cells to treat diabetes and its complications. These results not only greatly relieve the patient’s condition, but also represent a great change in the history of diabetes treatment.
Principles of Stem Cells
Studies have found that when something goes wrong in the body, 80% of the stem cells will gather there to complete the repair function. Stem cells are “primitive cells” with the potential for self-replication and multidirectional differentiation. They are the original cells of the body and can form various tissues and organs of the human body. And under certain circumstances, it can differentiate into a variety of functional cells or tissues and organs.
Stem cell therapy is the transplantation of healthy stem cells into patients or themselves to repair diseased cells or divide and differentiate into functional cells and tissues. Stem cell treatment of diabetes can solve many problems, including obtaining more pancreatic islet β cells, activating and regenerating the body’s own islet cells, regulating the disordered immune system, and reducing insulin resistance.
The following ten kinds of people are suitable for the treatment of diabetes with stem cells
1. Early diabetes patients
2. Patients with a history of diabetes in family members
3. Patients with a long history of diabetes
4. Patients with early signs of complications
5. Patients with high blood sugar and difficult to control blood sugar through diet, drugs, etc.
6. Patients with large and unstable blood glucose changes
7. Patients prone to diabetic ketoacidosis
8. Diabetics who smoke for a long time
9. Diabetics who drink a lot of alcohol
10. Diabetic patients who urgently need to stop hypoglycemic drugs due to their physical conditions (such as patients with liver and kidney diseases)
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