Exosomes can replace stem cells – is that true?

In the video, Professor Slavin talks about the latest discovery in immunotherapy – the use of extracellular vesicles (exosomes), which are released into the environment by stem cells and contain hormones, RNA, and proteins.

It is assumed that exosomes can help in the treatment of diabetes mellitus, multiple sclerosis, kidney failure and other diseases accompanied by inflammatory or autoimmune processes.

What steps need to be taken to introduce such a method of therapy into practice? When will it become available to patients? Watch the interview with Professor Slavin.