Adult Stem Cell Therapy Abroad, Bangkok Stem Cell Clinic

Stem Cell Pool Re-population

In order to self-repair, living organisms have stem cells in central and peripheral locations which can be attracted to sites of injured tissues by alarm signals. In this way, these cells proliferate, migrate, and accumulate in those damaged sites. If this situation of alarm perpetuates, stem cells could be permanently exhausted from their original locations leading to irreversible disease. Basically, it could be a matter of stem cell quantity and effective availability at a certain time point when active regeneration is needed. Adult stem cell therapy re-populates the stem cell pool, this helps in fighting disease and improving the immune system.

The expected consequences of this situation could be the lack of an appropriate number of stem cells for further tissue replacement and regeneration and eventually the development of disease and ageing. For example, we could think that any alteration of this stem cell homoeostasis by constant and repetitive trauma, physical hyperactivity, chronic inflammation and chronic disease could provoke a persistent disequilibrium inside all these reserve locations. This could promote an irreversible and premature stem cell exhaustion, being impossible then for the organism to self-repair and survive. As we age we have less circulating stem cells. Introduction of new stem cells to our bodies circulation can improve health and repopulate our stem cell pool.

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