Adult stem cells are a “natural” solution. They naturally exist in our bodies, and they provide a natural repair mechanism for many tissues of our bodies. They belong in the microenvironment of an adult body, while embryonic stem cells belong in the microenvironment of the early embryo, not in an adult body. Adult stem cells. These stem cells are found in small numbers in most adult tissues, such as bone marrow or fat. Compared with embryonic stem cells, adult stem cells have a more limited ability to give rise to various cells of the body. Until recently, researchers thought adult stem cells could create only similar types of cells.
Adult stem cells are currently used to treat some conditions, for example: Blood stem cells are used to provide a source of healthy blood cells for people with some blood conditions, such as thalassaemia, and cancer patients who have lost their own blood stem cells during treatment. Skin stem. Bone marrow and fat are known to be the richest sources of adult stem cells, apart from cord blood. Bone marrow is the spongy, fatty tissue, generally obtained from the hips, chest, skull and upper arm. It can produce more than 20 billion new blood cells every day.