Will stem cell therapy ever help kids with trisomy?

No. With any trisomy every cell in the body has an extra chromosome in the nucleus.That extra chromosome interferes with the normal information that tells each metabolic function how to proceed. Those trisomy's that are compatible with a rather normal life have less interference shown than others, but stem cells would never cancel or remove the extra chromosome.
No. These are developmental abnormalities of all the somatic tissues rather than a single gene gone awry, or a simple to repair pathway only missing an enzyme.

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My kid 4 mts diagnosed foveal hypoplasia is there any treatment like retina transplant or stem cell therapy as stem cells of my r preserved?

See ophthalmologist. You should see a pediatric ophthalmologist for an evaluation and interpretation of the problem. Read more...
Not likely. Foveal Hypoplasia is a genetic (dominant transmission) disorder with some treatments but no cure. It mostly involves the part of the retina (back of eye) that allows very sharp vision. Stem cells should not be of any use in a genetic disorder. Read more...

I have no meniscus and no cartilage in my left knee. Will stem cell therapy help me?

Unlikely. If you are knee has degenerated to the point where you not only have lost your meniscus, but all the cartilage that cushions the knee, then you likely possess very severe osteoarthritis. Stem cell treatments and cartilage regeneration procedures are usually best utilized for potholes or small holes in the cartilage after trauma. Read more...
Maybe. In the research phase. Too early to tell. Other choices are antiinflamms, cortisone injection, bracing, pt, hyalaronic acid injections, prp, meniscal transplant, osteotomy, partial knee replacement. Read more...
It's Possible. Check out Regenexx.Com. The have the single largest registry in the country of patients with degenerative joint disease that have used their stem cell procedures with good outcomes. Obviously not everyone gets better, but a majority have found the ability to forego knee surgery. Read more...

Stem cell therapy, is it approve in the u.S?

Stem cell therapy. It involves the use of stem or pluripotent cells that, under the proper triggers, can grow into many different cell types. Stem cells are transplanted to replace damaged cells or tissues in the body that are unable to heal themselves. While this type of therapy does offer hope, it is mostly investigational at this time and very few stem cell therapies have been proven to be both safe and effective. Read more...
Stem Cells. Adult stem cells have helped Leukemia, lymphoma. We have been using limbal stem cell transplants in eye surgery for years with excellent results. See eyedoc2020@blogspot.com. Stem cell injections are now being used to treat painful joints (shoulders, hips, etc), Alzheimers, ALS, Lyme, Cerebral Palsy, etc. Still there are not great published studies proving its benefit in many of these condition. Read more...

Can stem cell therapy help armd?

Possibly. There are some new stem cell treatments that can help armd, and there are several centers that are performing studies. Bascom palmer eye institute in miami and wills eye hospital in philadelphia are two such centers. See http://www.Advancedcell.Com/. Read more...

Does stem cell therapy stimulate sezuires?

I'm not sure of. The exact question. Patients undergoing hematopoietic stem cell transplant may receive Busulfan which can have the side effect of seizures. Read more...

What's the current state of stem cell therapy for retinal damage?

Experimental. Stem cells are being tried in a few inherited conditions but not for trauma or ordinary disease of the retinal like diabetic change. This is finally an active area of research after being killed during the bush years. Hopefully something will come out of it. Read more...