There are two types of stem cells, and we use both for our protocol depending on the patient’s condition:
Allogeneic stem cells
they come from another donor, healthy individuals screened and evaluated, all of them between the ages 18 and 22 years.
Autologous stem cells
They come from your own blood, adipose tissue, or bone marrow.
Type 2 diabetes can be treated using stem cells comparably. Although b-cells are still present in Type 2 patients, extra b-cells could increase the body’s supply and help the patient overcome insulin resistance. To treat a patient’s insulin resistance, treatment could try to keep b-cell levels above the needed level.
Although improvements in the treatment of diabetes using stem cells have previously been accomplished, stem cell research is still ongoing and improving every day. In the body, stem cells have been demonstrated to replenish b-cells, and they have also been generated in the lab for implantation.
Stem cell therapy for Diabetes offers a great alternative to treat this condition. The use of mesenchymal stem cells for diabetes has been proven to improve the function of the pancreas, prevent cell death, and reduce insulin resistance. Mesenchymal stem cells may also generate new insulin-producing cells.