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According to the National Cancer Institute, over 600,000 people died of cancer in 2018 in the US. The number of new cases of cancer is approximately 440 per 100,000 people while the mortality level is 164 per 100,000 a year. Approximately 38% percent of women and men will be diagnosed with cancer at some point of their lifetime. These figures are terrifying, but cancer is not a death sentence. Not anymore, when modern medicine has made such an advancement in the treatment of cancer. Stem cell therapy is a breakthrough in the treatment of cancer. Traditionally cancer is treated with chemotherapy, radiotherapy and surgical resection. These methods of treatment have a long list of side and off-target effects. Stem cells have unique ability to recognize malignant tumor and enter it. English researchers have studied the effects of intravenous induction of stem cells on the growth of a tumor – Kaposi’s sarcoma. It was found that a single injection of stem cells leads to a significant decrease in the size of the tumor – 50%. Stem cell therapy is widely used for the treatment of leukemia due to the ability of stem cells to restore immune system and stimulate the growth of bone marrow. When ingested, stem cells can become any other cells needed by the organism to fight the disease. For the treatment, doctors take the patient’s own stem cells (autologous) or the cells of a donor (allogeneic). The type of stem cells used for the treatment depends on many factors and is chosen after clinical examination. In some cases, stem cells transplant work against cancer directly, while in others they help people recover after chemotherapy and toxic medication.


Improvements that can be expected after stem cell therapy:

Tumor size reduction

Formation of new blood cells

Bone marrow growth

Immune system improvement

Restoration of organ function

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The letter from the patient U.M. with cancer

Patient: U.M.
Age: 57
Gender: Female
Diagnosis: C-r glandullae bilateralis; condition after combined therapy; prolongatio morbi
Country: Denmark

Thank you so much for all you did for me in your clinic. I felt very safe and think that I got a very professional treatment. You really must thank your staff.

My health condition is perfect. During the first month after the treatment my eyesight improved. I can now read without glasses, but I need a little improvement in my “long”sight. I think it will come. My memory has improved. I have started to read books again, after 6 years when I have not been reading books. My problem was that I could not remember what I had read the day before. My concentration has also improved. I also feel more alive (fresh).

Best of all is that my cancer is gone. On February, 21 I had X-ray and blood tests at the hospital and I got the results last Monday. My onkoligist was one big smile when I arrived. She told me that the pelvic bone was healed. No more sign of cancer, and my blood showed that I am healthy and well recovered. I have to continue taking my medicine and have to come to the hospital every third month for a checkup…

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The effects of microgravity on differentiation and cell growth in stem cells and cancer stem cells

A spaceflight has enormous influence on the health of space voyagers due to the combined effects of microgravity and cosmic radiation. Known effects of microgravity (μg) on cells are changes in differentiation and growth. Considering the commercialization of spaceflight, future space exploration, and long‐term manned flights, research focusing on differentiation and growth of stem cells and cancer cells exposed to real (r‐) and simulated (s‐) μg is of high interest for regenerative medicine and cancer research. In this review, we focus on platforms to study r‐ and s‐μg as well as the impact of μg on cancer stem cells in the field of gastrointestinal cancer, lung cancer, and osteosarcoma. Moreover, we review the current knowledge of different types of stem cells exposed to μg conditions with regard to differentiation and engineering of cartilage, bone, vasculature, heart, skin, and liver constructs. Stem cells exposed to real or simulated microgravity show changes in growth and differentiation. The application of microgravity in cell biology represents a new technology used in the field of cancer research and translational regenerative medicine. It extends the current knowledge in the engineering of organoids, spheroids, or tissues (bone, liver, and heart among others) with and without scaffolds.

Stem cell application in rotator cuff repair: Interposition stem cell sheet versus overlaid stem cell sheet

Background Stem cells are an effective method of biologic healing and can be used to enhance the natural enthesis of the tendon-to-bone junction in rotator cuff repair. The purpose of this study was to investigate if the application of engineered stem cell sheets using adipose-derived cells (ADSCs) was effective in regeneration of natural enthesis and if there was a difference in the result of repair depending on the applied location Methods A chronic rotator cuff tear model was induced for 2 weeks, and cell sheets made using ADSCs isolated from rats were transplanted into the tendon-to-bone junction during surgical repair. Depending on the transplant location of the cell sheet, the difference in rotator cuff healing level between the overlaid group and the interposition group was compared to the surgical repair only group. The samples were obtained based on the tendon-to-bone junction and analysis of gross morphology, histology staining, and biomechanical analysis were performed. Results The differentiation potentials of ADSCs as stem cells were confirmed, as was the potential for tenogenic differentiation by growth factors. ADSCs were prepared as a sheet form to maintain the shape at the target site and to be easily attached. GFP-expressing ADSCs were proliferated in vivo and observed at the transplantation site. The overall healing level was better in the cell sheet transplanted group than in the control group that surgical repair only. Additionally, differences in healing level were shown depending on the cell sheet location by morphological, histological, and biomechanical perspectives. Histological results showed that the interposition transplantation group (1.75 ± 0.43, P = 0.004) showed better fibrocartilage formation and collagen orientation at the junction than the overlaid transplantation group (0.86 ± 0.83). Conclusion In the chronic rotator cuff repair model, the engineered stem cell sheets enhanced the regeneration of the tendon-to-bone junction. This regeneration was more effective when the stem cell sheet was interpositioned at the tendon-to-bone interface.