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"Your health to nurture the future. The Power of Stem Cells for a New Tomorrow."

1. What are stem cells?

Stem cells are undifferentiated cells that can change into different types of cells before differentiating into a specific type of cell. They can be viewed as "primordial material" for becoming other types of cells in the body.

Stem cells fall into two main types: Embryonic stem cells and Adult or Somatic stem cells. Embryonic stem cells are found in the early stages of the embryo and can differentiate into any type of cell. Adult stem cells are found in specific tissues and organs of the body and can differentiate into cells of those tissues, but are generally restricted to specific types.

These properties have made stem cells of interest in regenerative medicine and disease therapy research. Due to their diverse differentiation capabilities and potential capacity for tissue repair, they may contribute to the development of treatments for a variety of diseases and injuries in the future.


What can stem cell therapy do for you?

Stem cells are undifferentiated cells that can differentiate into a variety of cell types. Therefore, the application of stem cells is expected to treat various diseases.

In Japanese medicine, many stem cell-based procedures are still in the research stage and are not covered by insurance. In recent years, however, clinical studies have suggested that stem cells may be effective in the treatment of various diseases.

Specifically, stem cells have been applied to treat the following diseases

  • Aplastic anemia

  • Myocardial infarction

  • Cerebral infarction

  • Parkinson's disease

  • Alzheimer's disease

  • Diabetes mellitus

  • Liver cirrhosis

  • Bone and joint diseases

In these diseases, transplantation of stem cells into damaged tissue is expected to regenerate tissue and restore function.

In addition, proteins and growth factors contained in stem cell culture medium have the effect of stimulating cell proliferation and differentiation, and are therefore applied to the treatment of various other diseases in addition to stem cell-based procedures. ↓


​2. Stem Cell culture supernatant

↑For example, stem cell culture media are used to treat the following diseases

  • Cancer

  • Allergy

  • Immunodeficiency

  • Skin diseases

  • Eye disease

As stem cell research and development continues to advance, it is expected that stem cells will be applied to the treatment of even more diseases in the future.

Specifically, stem cells are expected to be applied to the treatment of the following diseases

  • Severe heart failure

  • Aortic aneurysm

  • Spinal cord injury

  • Hearing loss

  • Retinitis Pigmentosa

  • Regenerative medicine

Stem cell-based therapies are still in their infancy, but offer great potential. It is hoped that further research and development will improve the quality of life of many patients.

Many of them are still in the developmental stage and are not covered by insurance. However, recent evidence suggests that stem cells may be effective in treating a variety of diseases, and clinical research is underway.


​2-① Stem Cell Culture Supernatant Let's Learn

It is not uncommon for people to think of stem cells as a mixture of stem cell therapy and stem cell culture supernatant solution.


Stem cell culture supernatant solution does not contain stem cells itself. It contains more than 200 growth factors that are grown together with the stem cells to make them work better during stem cell culture. Only the growth factors are extracted from the stem cell culture supernatant. Watch the video below to learn more about stem cell therapy and stem cell culture supernatant solution.


Also, please take a look at the three videos that touch on the basics of stem cells.

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