Disabilities And Stem Cells : A New Way That Doctors Worldwide Can Help People With Disabilities Cure Their Disability

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Michael Dickerson Mr. Hoffman Biology Quadriplegic Disabilities and Stem Cells Stem cells are a new way that doctors worldwide can help people with disabilities cure their disability. Stem Cells are cells that come from the blastocyst of the embryo, they are cells that haven’t decided what they are going to be yet. They can be any kind of cell Brain Cells, Hair Cells, Nerve Cells etc. One of the more popular disabilities is Quadriplegia. Quadriplegia is the a disability that comes from injury or from illness. It is when you lose control in all of your limbs and your torso. Stem Cells would be able to become these dead cells and make quadriplegics able to walk and move again. People who have heart disease can have parts of their…show more content…
The answer is no, although they show positive things for the future they have not been researched enough to be used on a patient. They are however being used in clinical trials, so they are being tested. Stem Cells today are being used in things such as testing for prescription drugs. They use them in these drugs to test if the drug can kill differentiated cells. Stem Cells can also be used for people who have type 1 Diabetes. They could help restore or heal the damaged pancreas in side the person 's body. There are also cells called Pluripotent cells. These cells are meant to rise cells from three germ layers. These germ layers are known as endoderm, mesoderm, and ectoderm. How do Stem Cells decide what they are going to be? They decide by a process known as differentiation. This is when unspecialized cells decide what they are going to be, they can be any kind of cell; Tissue Cells, Tongue Cells, Hair Cells, etc. Before Differentiation cells are known as Stem Cells. There are also other types of Stem Cells known as Adult Stem Cells. An Adult Stem Cell is an undifferentiated cell. These cells renew themselves and tell other unspecialized cells were to go. “(Adult Stem Cell. 9) An adult stem cell is an undifferentiated cell in which happens in a differentiated cell,it renews , and becomes

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