Potential application of stem cell technology in the treatment of musculoskeletal diseases

Vietnam is classified as one of the countries with the highest incidence of musculoskeletal diseases in the world.
According to statistics from the Vietnam Musculoskeletal Association, about 30% of people over 35 years old, 60% of people over 65 years old and 85% of people over 80 years old have osteoarthritis.

According to the Ho Chi Minh City Osteoporosis Association. Ho Chi Minh estimates that about 3.6 million Vietnamese people are suffering from osteoporosis, and it is predicted that by 2030 there will be more than 4.5 million people with osteoporosis, of which 70-80% are women. In Vietnam, 1 in 3 women over 50 years old has osteoporosis

Experts say that an estimated 3.6 million Vietnamese people are currently suffering from osteoporosis. According to forecasts, by 2030 there will be more than 4.5 million people with osteoporosis, of which 70-80% will be women.

Musculoskeletal diseases have long-term effects on people’s health and lives. The process of treating musculoskeletal diseases is still difficult.

Recently, three Japanese medical corporations, EVER Group, Mikiyukai Group and MHC Group, jointly organized a “Seminar on stem cells and specialized surgical techniques for musculoskeletal diseases and related diseases.” Japan’s leading medical experts”.

The seminar is a bridge between Japanese medicine and Vietnamese medicine, contributing to promoting the development of the country’s medical industry.

The seminar is also a place to share techniques for applying stem cells to damaged or degenerative joints that need rehabilitation treatment or techniques for applying stem cells for proactive health care and rejuvenation of the reproductive age. learn for the body.

Medical experts say that applying stem cell technology in supporting treatment, health care and musculoskeletal diseases is a method that brings many development prospects.

Irwin Kutch

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