Stem cell therapy introduces healthy stem cells into the patient's body through transplantation or intravenous methods, in order to repair the diseased cells or reconstruct the normal cells and tissues. It can efficiently treat liver cirrhosis, promote the growth of liver cells and inhibit liver fibrosis. As a partial replacement for liver transplantation, stem cell therapy can help those suffering from liver cirrhosis.
How stem cell therapy works on liver cirrhosis:
1. Stem cells can differentiate into liver cells and replace the injured liver tissues.
2. Stem cells can promote the proliferation of endogenous liver stem cell.
3. The cytokines secreted by the stem cells play an important role in the repair of liver injury.
4. The transplanted stem cells can specifically migrate to the injured parts of liver tissues to reverse liver fibrosis and inhibit liver cirrhosis.