What is cell therapy?

Today, the use of cell therapy is very common, especially for the treatment of various malignant hematological diseases, such as lymphoma, leukemia and many other diseases. The use of cell therapy for the treatment of various solid tumors, such as breast cancer, prostate cancer, lung cancer, stomach cancer, melanoma, brain cancer, and many other cancer classifications is already being applied and with quite effective results. For this treatment approach, we use cells of the immune system, lymphocytes.  These cells are able to attack and destroy cancer cells.

Cell therapy can be used for a wide range of non-malignant diseases, such as many autoimmune diseases, various neurodegenerative disorders, renal failure, and many other diseases and disorders.

For these groups of diseases and disorders, multipotent stem cells or mesenchymal stromal cells (MSCs) are used, which can regenerate the immune system and the circulatory system.