What is the best treatment for Diabetes?

What is the best treatment for Diabetes?

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Stem Cell Treatment for Diabetes Type I & II

Diabetes had once been identified as an adulthood disorder; however, in the latest survey almost 2 million people less than 20 years of age are suffering with diabetes and almost 80 million Americans of the same age group are suffering with pre-diabetic condition. Out of this huge fraction of people, surprisingly only 70% of them are even able to analyze that they are suffering with this condition. Moreover, according to the recent declaration of CDC, diabetes has been categorized as the seventh leading cause of death in developed country and is posing outrageous burden on economic conditions of those countries. Thus, on behalf of these millions of people, who have been suffering with or are at a risk of developing a disease; a demand has been raised to decode how the disease is being manifested and how can it be treated!

Today’s time is very crucial period for stem cells research and development of a new therapeutic module to offer cure to variety of degenerative disorders that have been categorized as incurable or only manageable through conventional medical practice, e.g. diabetes

Since a diagnosis of diabetes is very difficult in the early stage, it is very crucial to observe some of the typically noted symptoms, listed herewith:

  • Overload of toxicity and increased thirst may lead to frequent urge of urination. 
  • Patient may feel hungry all the time, even after or during meal.
  • Unusual loss of weight, extreme fatigue, tiredness, etc. 
  • Tingling sensation, pain, and numbness, itching in hands and palm. 
  • Slow healing of wound and cuts. 

The condition is associated with deregulation of body’s sugar metabolism pathway. The sugar since is not being utilized by the cells; will be stored by the body, in the bloodstream. Diabetes is mainly classified as type 1, which is usually diagnosed in children as well as young adults. It is often associated with inability of insulin hormone to metabolically digest sugar molecules; thus, increasing its concentration in bloodstream.  Second category is diabetes type 2, wherein insulin hormone is not produced or produced in a very low amount, to the extent of it not being able to maintain sugar metabolism levels in the bloodstream. The third most common diabetes is gestational diabetes, wherein women may be affected with increased sugar level, during her pregnancy. Since diabetes is a kind of silent killer, it should never be ignored, as it can cause organ failure in a long run. 

Current steroidal shots and hormonal supplements are being offered, not to cure the disease but to manage it under controllable condition. However, it should be noted that long term exposure to steroidal supplementation can harm the body in a great way. These facts explain the need to identify an alternative treatment agenda that can pinpoint and work at the root cause. 

Stem cells are the naïve cells of our body, with the ability to differentiate into cells of different types; when passed through proper differentiation pathways. These stem cells can be isolated through different autologous organs of our body, and can be infused back at the site of injury to trigger a cascade of reaction for maximum recovery. Once infused inside our body, these cells will start regulating faulty immune system, in order to facilitate production of cells that have been lost and/or regenerate lost tissue specific cells.

Although, more and more research is still going; stem cells have been supported as the only available alternative medicine, which can attack root cause of the disorder, to bring on a positive treatment outcome. 

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