There are little to no stem cells found in cartilage tissue, which means the chances of new cartilage healing or regrowing in response to stem cell therapy are slim. It’s even more unlikely for adults to regrow cartilage due to the absence of stem cells.
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Stem cell treatments are effective for treating a broad range of physiological problems in the human body. Areas that can be treated with stem cells include eyes, skin, and bones. Tissue is transplanted into the affected area, and stem cells are used to facilitate the healing process. These stem cell treatments have been widely accepted by the medical community as safe and effective. Schedule [...]