Our body’s ability to self-regenerate every time we incur wounds and injuries plays an important role in our everyday life. The attempt of our body to regain optimal health by repairing itself increases our chance of survival by making us less susceptible to infections and diseases that may affect the normal functioning of the body. However, as our body ages, our tissues and organs weaken. The series of degeneration inside our body can result in a total meltdown, which may lead to malfunctioning. Furthermore, when an individual leads an unhealthy lifestyle, the risk of developing incurable diseases increases, and the simple regeneration of our bodies is insufficient to address the growing problem of vulnerability as the weakening worsens.
Fortunately, medical science has found a safe and promising treatment to cure body degeneration. Experts in the medical field have developed regenerative medicines to restore tissues and organs that are heavily affected by diseases through biological processes. There are many regenerative therapies offered at present. Regenerative therapy can be administered as simple as injections or it may come in the form of human tissue transplant, through a cellular therapy, through gene-based therapy, and lastly, through tissue engineering.