Cell Therapy Center in Iran, Tehran
What is cell therapy? Cell therapy in Iran has provided new hopes for healing damaged tissues.
Nowadays, scientists in Iran and around the world are helping people worldwide by conducting cell research and clinical trials in the field of cell therapy, by increasing their understanding of the human body and finding effective ways to treat new diseases.
One of the most effective advances in medical sciences in Iran and Tehran is the use of stem cells in the treatment of patients, especially those suffering from malignant diseases.
What kind of patients can benefit cell therapy in Tehran? Stem cell therapy has been used to treat various diseases such as stroke, ALS, spinal cord injury, MS, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and myocardial infarction.
What kind of cell therapy is the most effective with fewest side effects in pediatric neurology? Mesenchymal stem cells are extensively dispersed in all body tissues and can be involved in maintaining and repairing tissue health and function.
Mesenchymal stem cells differ from other adult stem cells in that they are able to differentiate into mesenchymal cells in addition to other embryonic cell lines such as bone marrow, muscle, liver, lung, and skin.
Various studies have shown that growth factors secreted from mesenchymal cells can play an important role in cell survival, growth and differentiation, which is another advantage of these cells in cell therapy. Mesenchymal cells derived from umbilical cord, compared to their bone marrow-derived cells, have better differentiation, higher proliferation, and easier availability.
Cerebral palsy, or CP, if treated with mesenchymal cells, will significantly improve motor and mental function.
In patients with a variety of hereditary muscular diseases such as Duchenne dystrophy, umbilical cord stem cells improve muscle strength in upper and lower limbs of patients.