cell-based therapy


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cell-based therapy

The use of living cells as therapeutic agents. Possible examples include dendritic cells, to initiate immune responses to particular cancers; stem cells, as a source for tissue replacement, repair, or gene delivery; and tumor cells, to create antigen targets for the immune system.
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Yalung said cell-based therapy is supported by several studies, proving it to be effective in treating and managing pain and other sports-related injuries.
CLT-008 is "a cell-based therapy that contains human myeloid progenitor cells derived from adult hematopoietic stem cells that have the ability to mature into functional granulocytes, platelets and red blood cells," Cellerant Therapeutics reports.