Hello dear Minister ofHealth, youasked me about using stem cells. Well, first we’ll figure out what a stem cell is(although I know that you all know it). The human body contains hundreds of different typesof cells that are important to our health. These cells are responsible fordaily support of our vital functions, such as heartbeat, brain function, kidneyblood purification, replacement of our skin cells, and so on . Stem cell-theseare the cells that many of the multicellular organisms have, they canself-renew, share and make new cells.
Stem cells can take the form of any cell, it canbecome a cell of blood, nerve ?ell and many other. And usually the development of multicellularorganisms begins with the division and multiplication of stem cells.The stemcell works as the foundation for our body.The first our stem cell is calledzygito, after many cycles of division we have blood cells, nerve cells and manyothers. Ultimately,in our bodies of 220 different types of cells ! Due to stem cells, in thefuture our body is re-established. I know you can not wait to find out the answer toyour question, but everything in order. We have two kinds of stem cells (I know that youknow about it!). the first kind is ambryonic stem cell and second if wetransplant a part of the body in which there will already be a stem cell this areadult tissues (although this is not quite the species, but the second way isfor sure).
In medicine, the second method is used more (I think so, because I thinkit’s more convenient, and I’ve heard more about it). The use of stemcells in the treatment of diseases is a certain milestone in medicine. These cellsgive more hope for curing diseases that seemed incurable yesterday. Many institutesnow put emphasis on stem cells (like us). These cells have not yet come upwith one narrow direction, which means that they have been opened many ways inmedicine, this makes them very valuable, because potentially they can perform”repair” of damaged cells. The most important skill of stemcells for humans is the division and formation of other cells. In the lastdecade began to take fatty tissue to take stem cells. It is known that stemcells are very convenient to take from fatty tissues, they are very convenientlyextracted and easily found in the body.
We use stem cells to regenerateparts of the body and many honey agarics have been very successful. Here is a listof diseases that have already been resolved with the help of regeneration (thatis, by replacing the stem cell).CardiovasculardiseasesGastrointestinalRenalThe liverPulmonary diseasesNervous disordersPancreatic pathologiesSkinSystemBones / cartilaginoustissueBut all the same Ibelieve that the most important question in my esse for you is my dear friend,”Why do we need stem cells” (although I have almost answered thisquestion already, well, now I will summarize everything). When we get injured orget sick, our cells also get damaged or die. When this happens, the stem cellsare activated. Stem cells provide restoration of damaged tissues and replaceold and dying cells. Thus, our stem cells support our health and prevent ourpremature aging.
Stem cells, they are like our own army of microscopic doctors.After all the longexplanations, I think you yourself can give yourself the answer …
Okay it wasa joke. The answer to you is very simple question-Of course to use. And I willnow sort out all the pluses and nines of using stem cells. Let’s start with the pros.Pros1) Wecan expose damaged tissues and stimulate the processes of regeneration.Thisis one of the most studied areas in this field.2) Inthe future, it is calculated that on the axial of donor materials to createhigh-grade tissues and organs.Advantagesin this, that it will not be necessary to search for the donor because therewill be full compatibility of an organism and a body always.
3) Foralmost nothing will not be possible!Atleast almost all diseases will be cured4) Verylong storageAccordingto the data available to date, after 15 years of storage, umbilical cord stemcells completely retain their qualities. Cells taken from the spinal cord beganto freeze earlier, and they are safely stored for 20-30 years. But these areonly the first results – until now such studies have simply not been conducted.There is an opinion that in principle, with proper freezing and storage, cellscan be stored indefinitely.5) Wecan fight with incurable diseases.Tothis end, a number of techniques have been introduced to support stem cell therapy,the next step is to develop approaches that would radically get rid of theproblem.
Minuses1) Insome cases, they can be a panacea.So wedo not promise full recovery of your brother dear Minister of Health2) Embeddedcells can become cancer cells.Thebody itself can not accept it.3) Complexity of fetal cells.Themost active stem cells are fetal cells, but they can be obtained only from a9-12-week embryo, and this is prohibited by law in most countries for moral andethical reasons.
4) Andyet we will have to wait until the medicine before this grows. Howdo you see the dear health minister all the same pluses more than minuses. So Ithink the answer to your question will be yes (unless of course you agree) Yes,I imagine what a great “composition” I got. I hope you quickly readit. I also want to add that in every case there are minuses and spits, butusually there are more pluses (as my “essay” knitted) I hope youunderstand your question and I have not confused you anymore. Your cleverestfriend.