The Future of Stem Cells

When the body of a child develops, he or she requires some potential to improve new cells and stem cells have the capability to acquire new cells or change the damaged cells. In all organisms, due to some internal malfunctioning, cells have to suffer most resulting in several types of minor or serious diseases. If a person is alive, he needs alive cells otherwise his internal body system will stop working.

To create a new cell, stem cells divide themselves into many different parts having the same characteristic of their parent cell, but they have respective capacity of serving different purposes like you can see brain cell, red blood cell and muscle cell. All of these cells have their own respective functions in their respective areas in body. There are two types of cells in your body: one type of cells can change into organ or tissues with unique functioning system and second type of cells have the potential to divide themselves into new cells.

How beneficial stem cell would be in future for patients

New research and study has shown that the future of stem cells is safe. The knowledge of stem cells is highly advanced and approved in animal as well as human body. The main purpose of the study about stem cells is how to replace the damaged cells of the part which is highly affected or suffering from any serious diseases. According to the scientists and new researches, if stem cells is made as the basis of treating diseases like cardiac malfunction and diabetes then treating would be so easy even when it reaches at the last stage or is quite serious.

It was also discovered that now damaged muscles and brain cells could also be replaced with new cells, which are the results of disease or any injury. Considering these important aspects in medical field, it is could be said that stem cells have good options for patients suffering from different diseases.


Author: S. A. Razmi

The author is a creative writer with deep knowledge of human taste, can add interest and fun in his writing; has been writing for more than 7 years and working as Urdu-English translator and transcriptionist.

2 thoughts on “The Future of Stem Cells”

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