How Can Stem Cells Treat Parkinson’s Diseases?

Parkinson's disease (PD) is one of the most common neurological disorders affecting approximately 1% of people over 60 years and causes progressive disorders that can be delayed but not stopped by treatment. Symptoms of Parkinson's disease include tremors, difficulty walking, stiffness, slow motion, and decreased ability to make spontaneous movements. Intellectual disability is also observed at a more advanced stage of the disease.

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How can stem cells treat Parkinson's disease?

Although the cause of Parkinson's disease is unexplained, scientists acknowledge which areas and cells of the brain are affected. Researchers are already utilizing stem cells to grow dopamine-creating nerve cells in the laboratory so they are able to get knowledge about the disease.

Stem cells have been studied extensively for their biological properties and are preferred for the treatment of Parkinson's disease. Stem cells are a group of unspecialized cells with the ability to renew themselves. They can regenerate new cells that replace damaged cells in damaged tissue. To treat Parkinson's, stem cell therapy is used to repair damaged dopamine cells and increase the natural secretion of dopamine to help relieve clinical symptoms in patients.