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Featured article: Safety and efficacy of autologous non-hematopoietic enriched stem cell nebulization in COVID-19 patients

Although clinical aspects of COVID-19 patients have been widely reported and their management has increased tremendously, safe and effective medications are still lacking. Different types of stem cells have been considered 'candidates' in several therapies. Adult stem cells play a key role in maintaining tissue homeostasis, and are most likely present at high concentrations in the bloodstream of COVID-19 patients in response to exuberant inflammatory processes.


The challenege in adult stem cell therapy is the lack of well-established procedures for stem cell characterization without altering their phenotypes and functions. To over these challenges, Ventura-Carmenate and colleagues developed a patented method for isolating an autologous peripheral blood non-hematopoietic enriched stem cell cocktail (PB-NHESC-C) to be administered by the nebulization route. 


In this study, Ventura-Carmenate and colleagues assess the safety and efficacy of PB-NHESC-C stem cell cocktail nebulization as an add-on therapy to standard care for SARS-CoV-2-infected patients.

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