- 100+ diseases
are treated with cord blood stem cells.
- 40,000 transplantations of
cord blood stem cells performed in the world.
- 2000 transplantations of
cord blood stem cells are held in different countries of the world annually, about 1000 of them are in Japan.
- Every 5th
patient at a hematological transplant center receives a transplant of cord blood stem cells instead of bone marrow.
- 200+ patients
were successfully treated with cord blood stem cells cryoconserved in the Cryobank of the Institute of Cell Therapy.
Diseases that use cord blood stem cells to treat:
As standard treatment method:
- Leukemia and lymphomas
- Congenital metabolic diseases
- Congenital anemia, including sickle cell anemia
- Primary immunodeficiencies
- Aplastic anemia
- Radiation sickness
As part of a clinical trial, as an FDA approved treatment method:
- Cerebral palsy
- Ischemic-hypoxic brain damage
- Autism and autism spectrum disorders
- Spinal cord injury
- Diabetes mellitus type 1 and 2
- Diabetic ulcers
- Chronic venous ulcers of the limbs
- Pulmonary dysplasia
- Epidermolysis Bullosa
- Crohn’s disease
- Keloid scars
- Anomalies of development
- Diseases of bones and joints
- Acute pancreatitis
- Critical limb ischemia
- Wounds, burns, frostbite
- Revitalization and anti-age therapy
Developed methods of treatment:
- Some malignant tumors:
- mammary gland
- Diseases of the cardiovascular system
- Hepatitis, liver cirrhosis
Scientists all over the world are exploring the potential of “liquid gold” as cord blood stem cells are called, in the treatment of various diseases. This means that in the future, the range of cord blood use will only expand.