Parkinsons's Disease

By: Yusra Khan and Nirali Patel

Stem Cells. What are they? How can they be used to cure diseases?

Stem cells are the body's raw materials and they can help replace damaged cells in neurological problems. They can help cure Parkinson's disease and many other diseases. Stem cells can come from embryos that are three to five days old, adult stem cells, adult cells altered to have properties of embryonic stem cells, perinatal stem cells, and bone marrow. They can be used to cure diseases by using stem cell transplant. Stem cell transplant is a medical procedure where diseased or damaged bone marrow is replaced with specialized stem cells that develop into healthy bone marrow.

Parkinson's Disease


If you want to be cured, use stem cell therapy! There are many types of therapies for people to be cured but bone marrow transplant is the most common way of stem cell therapy. In bone marrow transplant, healthy cells are injected into your body to replace the damaged or diseased stem cells.

Parkinson's Disease

Having difficulty with walking or moving can be signs of having Parkinson's disease. You can even have muscle pains and problems with balance. If you don't want these terrible symptoms occurring then use stem cells to help cure it! It can change your life and you can start doing all the things you couldn't do with the disease. You can exercise and play sports with your children.