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Stem cell therapy is seen as a highly promising area for type 1 diabetes , caused by autoimmune destruction of insulin-producing beta cells in the pancreas.Various approaches are being tested, including stored cord blood cells, human embryonic stem cells and mesenchymal stem cells. The latter are highly promising as they also seem to modulate the immune response to the beta cells.The hope is that mesenchymal stem cells will be grown outside the body, stimulated to develop into beta cells then returned to the patient.A slightly different but promising approach is to see stem cells as promoting regeneration rather than being the source of new building blocks themselves.This rationale has underpinned small-scale trials of mesenchymal stem cells in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. There are encouraging signs that these cells can form a protective environment for motor neurons and slow down the loss of cells and development of symptoms.Adult stem cells from the eye have proved to be a good treatment for corneal damage. The liver is one of the few organs that can regenerate of its own accord. A subpopulation of cells in adults can divide and provide a new population of liver cells.Progress towards artificial regeneration , either by stimulation of these liver cells or by transplantation of adult- or embryonic stem cell-derived liver cells, has been slow and remains highly experimental.Loss of bone mineral density, leading to osteoporosis, is a common problem in old age. It could be countered by increasing the numbers of bone-forming osteoblasts.Cellular therapy treatments are expensive and the lower costs advertised by some clinics may drive international travel.The internet and media interest have enabled and facilitated the proliferation of clinics advertising cellular therapies with many making unfounded and dubious safety and effi cacy claims supported only by testimonials and anecdotes.

Stem cells have the ability to differentiate into various types of cells , including nerve, liver, heart, lung , bone and even brain tissue. Stem cells have also been studied in their ability to regenerate and repair damaged tissues as well as generate regrowth of healthy tissues in various areas. The medical tourism industry holds enormous prospective and will be mainly driven by improving tourism & medical infrastructure, increasing accessibility of quality health care services and low health care costs in developing countries.Medical Tourism or Health Care Tourism is a real option for high quality medical care at reduced costs. Stem cell research offers a multitude of benefits for Alzheimer's patients, including low risk of rejection, improved memory , cognitive function and mental acuity. Most of the multi-cellular organisms consist of stem cells and they have the tendency to regenerate themselves through a process of mitotic cell division. They get differentiated into a varied range of specialized cell types. Stem cells contain specific instructions on how cellular structures replicate and function. Each cell is also programmed with how long it will live, its specific functions and tasks.Stem cells come from different sources.Embryonic stem cells are commonly cultivated from discarded fetuses or embryos resulting from abortions and can be utilized to provide life-saving treatments for dozens of disease processes and health conditions.

CANBERRA, May 12 (Xinhua) -- Australian federal Treasurer Joe Hockey unveiled on Tuesday evening the government's budget for year 2015-16, predicting a budget deficit of 35 billion AU dollars (27 billion U.S. dollars) this year.

The government had given up its rhetoric of bringing the budget back to surplus soon thanks to the further diving of the price of iron ore , the country's major revenue earner.

Hockey said the government expects to lower the deficit to 25.8 billion AU dollars (20 billion U.S. dollars) in 2016-17 and all the way to 6.9 billion (5.45 billion U.S. dollars) in 2018-19.

The latest budget highlights a 5.5 billion AU dollar (4.34 billion U.S. dollar) package to help more than 2 million small businesses in the country.

From Tuesday night, small businesses will be able to immediately deduct any asset costing less than 20,000 AU dollars ( 15,800 U.S. dollars) , a massive increase from the current 1,000 dollar (790 U.S. dollar) value threshold.

Another winner is national security, which receives 450 million dollars (355 million U.S. dollars) from the budget.

Of that, 296 million (233.8 million U.S. dollars) will go boosting the technological capabilities of the country's intelligence gathering agencies , while the new border protection service the Australian Border Force will get 50 million (39.5 million U.S. dollars) to train its officers.

The government will also give 131 million (103 million U.S. dollars) to the telecommunications industry to help it comply with the new metadata collections laws, which forces telecommunications companies to store the metadata of their customers for two years.

There will also be 22 million dollars (17.4 million U.S. dollars) for social media monitoring that will help counter the online extremist dogma of groups like Islamic State.

Australia's military operations in Afghanistan, Iraq and the Middle East will get a 750 million dollars (592.5 million U.S. dollars) boost in this budget.

Hockey also announced in his budget speech a 5 billion dollar ( 3.9 billion U.S. dollar) initiative to develop Northern Australia, which including Northern Territory and parts of Queenland and Western Australia.

The budget also includes a 3.5 billion AU dollars (2.8 billion US dollars) childcare package over four years. However , its funding relies on a cut to the families tax benefit once children reach primary school - a move unpopular with the most of the Senate crossbench.

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