The potential power of regenerative medicine is gaining prominence in the mainstream media. A recent report in the Wall Street Journal depicts a future where regenerative medicine would support the repair and regeneration of human body parts and tissues via stem cells, three-dimensional printing, and applied bioengineering strategies. The emerging therapies take advantage of the special characteristics of stem cells, that is, their role as the natural repair and maintenance cells of the body and their ability to regenerate and differentiate into a variety of cell types.
The article details advances in the treatment of diseases of the brain, bladder, eyes, and heart as well as degenerative disorders of the knees. With regenerative medicine’s emphasis on addressing the root cause of an affliction and not the symptoms, these emerging therapies point to longer, healthier lives
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