At its core, regenerative cell therapy involves injecting living cells directly into the affected area. These cells can be derived from various sources, including stem cells, bone marrow, and fat tissue. They may also be genetically engineered to express certain beneficial proteins or other factors that encourage healing and tissue regeneration.
The potential of regenerative medicine is vast. This field holds promise for treating a range of diseases and injuries, from Alzheimer's and Parkinson's to heart disease and spinal cord injuries. Regenerative medicine therapies have the potential to significantly improve patients' quality of life and potentially extend their life expectancy.