Bone marrow is a spongy tissue found inside bones. Stem cells are found in your bone marrow and have the power to heal a wide range of diseases. Thanks to science, new discoveries are made each year, allowing more and more conditions to be treatable with the use of stem cells and, at times, bone marrow.
Blood cancers, such as leukaemia and lymphoma, are the most well-known. There’s also several bone marrow or blood diseases, such as severe aplastic anaemia, inherited immune system and metabolic disorders, to name a few. Stem cells and bone marrow are bona fide miracle workers for patients living with these diseases.