A wide variety of studies support the use of stem cells in the treatment of lung diseases. Above all, thanks to its ability to stimulate tissue restoration and wound healing, in addition to its great anti-inflammatory power and its reinforcement of the immune system.
Stem cells are those cells of the organism that have two characteristic capacities: They are capable of self-renewal without aging, and they are capable of differentiating, that is, transforming into cells of any tissue. They were first identified in the bone marrow, but subsequently appear to exist in many other tissues. We also find them in the fat, in the blood and in other organs such as the skin, the heart.
How does it work?
Its main use is regenerative medicine focused on the repair, substitution or regeneration of cells, tissues or organs in order to restore functions lost for any reason; due to congenital defects, traumas, supervening diseases or simply due to aging.