Treating diabetes with stem cell therapy
Diabetes Mellitus is a chronic disease and decreases your life span by 7-9 years. Because of half care or no care, diabetes type 1 and 2 can lead to serious complications causing harm to your heart, kidney, eyes, limbs etc.
India is a capital of diabetes. As per the Association of Physicians of India Survey 2015, 9 of 10 diabetics in India believe that their blood sugar is under control even though it is not. Only lately, Indian homes have started viewing diabetes seriously. Heart diseases and stroke are the major causes of death and disability among people with type 2 diabetes. At least 65% of people with diabetes die from some form of heart disease or stroke. The American Heart Association considers diabetes to be one of the seven major controllable risk factors for cardiovascular disease, kidney failure & blindness.
What is the current Treatment?
There is no cure for diabetes. Treatment involves insulin injections, medicines, a controlled diet and regular exercise to keep the blood sugar in control and prevent diabetes related complications such as blindness, heart disease, kidney failure and amputation of limbs.
Stem cell treatment offers significant results
Stem cells are procured from various sources including bone marrow, fat, cord blood, etc. which can be used as per the requirement of the patient. This leads to the formation of new islets of Langerhans in pancreas that in turn produce more insulin and hence bring down blood sugar. This does wonders in type 1 diabetes.
For type 2 diabetes there is a decreased resistance to insulin by body to the newly formed islets of Langerhans after stem cell infusion. As a result, there is a sizable reduction of the insulin dose.
At Global StemGenn, we make suitable stem cell therapy available to the diabetic patients, only after thorough & meticulous scientific counseling. In fact stem cells offered by Global StemGenn are selectively immunodepleted i.e. devoid of antigenic or disease producing potential and can be safely utilized for the entire group of “no hope” disorders.
Contact us today to know more, as the world of possibilities with stem cells awaits you!