Cancer and Stem Cell

Cancer and Stem Cell  Photo Stem cell transplants are procedures that resore blood-forming stem cells in people who have destroyed their cells by radiation or very high dose of chemotherapy that are used to treat certain cancers. Stem cells are very early blood cells in the bone marrow that develop into red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets. We need stem cells in order to survive. Doctors can collect stem cells from your blood or a donor's. Some people have the cord blood cells for the stem cell transplant. The cord blood cells are collected from the umbilical cord and placenta of the new born. 
  • Cancer stem cells in solid tumors
  • Stem Cell Therapy for Cancer treatment
  • Hematopoietic stem cells: potential new applications for translational medicine
  • Human umbilical cord blood as an emerging stem cell therapy for cancer

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