Traumatic brain injuries have become the signature wound of veterans. There have been over 383,900 traumatic brain injuries reported by the Defense Medical Surveillance System and medical advances in stem cell therapy offer new hope.
Alzheimer’s accounts for approximately two thirds of all dementia cases in the U.S. and Alzheimer’s Disease can't be prevented or cured. Stem cell therapy has the potential to replace lost or damaged cells, plaques, and stimulate cells.
Professional athletes are increasingly turning to adult mesenchymal stem cells to help them recover from sports-related injuries, and according to research, stem cell therapy could be the next big breakthrough in sports medicine.