Success rates for stem cell transplantation procedures vary significantly between patients and from one condition to another. However, to provide the patient with a specific success rate for their medical condition, we initially need to evaluate their condition..
Scientifically, the success rate of a stem cell procedure could be illustrated in two ways:
– The first way represents the percentage of cases in which the stem cell procedure was effective in treating a population of patients. For example, if the success rates were to be 80%, this indicates that out of 100 patients subjected to treatment, the procedure was successful in 80 patients and was not effective in 20 patients.
– The second way represents the percentage of success in improving a single patient’s health condition. For example, a success rate of 80% indicates that the patient improved by 80%.
Nevertheless, the success rates of any stem cell procedure differ from one patient to another depending on several factors:
– The patient’s medical case (type of illness)
– Stage of the disease/illness
– The patient’s health condition (Physical and Psychological state)
– The patient’s medical history
– Hereditary and Genetic Factors
– Environmental Factors (Toxins, radioactive material, chemicals, high temperature, infectious diseases)
– The Patient’s Age
– The Patient’s Weight
– The Patient’s Lifestyle ( Diet, alcohol consumption, smoking, exercise)