Predictions For Stem Cell Research in 2019
Stem cell research refers to the study of stem cells and their application to the field of medicine. A stem cells are the origin of every single tissue in our bodies. We can understand more about how the body reacts and develops in both illness and health towards a state of homeostasis as researchers get a better understanding of stem cells and their properties. Apart from that, this exciting page gives insight into how orthopedic ailments could be cured with the potential of stem cells. In recent years, the level of controversy surrounding stem cell research has been growing. Research in the area has maintained a steady pace towards the following predictions heading into 2019 which acts as a clear indication that it has not been affected by the controversy surrounding it. Biomedical scientist, Dr. Paul Knoepfler has aided us in coming up with a decent overview of the path stem cell research could take this year. He is a man of science and a cancer survivor who aims to make a positive impact on the biomedical science community and the world community at large. You can read more about his predictions of a stem cell research in 2019 here.
Organoids is just one of the areas that could be impacted. It is related to the study of the brain organoids and vascularization. Not only will it help in research but it will also be handy when it comes to highlighting some questions about morals and ethics. This is attributed to the fact that it will help bring to light the reports of brain wave-like activity in human fetuses.
Stem cell research could also have a positive impact in the are of Parkinson’s disease a condition whose cure remains unknown. In Japan, there are various claims of the first patient transplant with IPS cell product. Even though it may have happened last year, it cannot be overlooked since it gives a clue of the direction in which stem cell research is set to head.
Stem cell research could be of great benefits to the field of biotech. There are a few reputable names that you should keep your eyes on if you are interested I biotech. They are a better position to achieve better results this year.
State medical boards should be on the watch out to avoid missing out on this opportunity if at all stem cell research goes this far. There will be news doing rounds about stem cell clinics and how the state medical boards will begin the task of facing ‘snake oil’ stem cell research clinics. Some locations have set up a medical board task force that could mean trouble for other clinics.