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Research Article Volume 2 Issue 12

To have or not to have a Useful Healthy Long Life by Stem Cells

Hossain Khayrandish, Amir Reza Shahbazkia* and Sara Bahrami Vala

Department of Management Information System, Computer Data Science, Girne, American University, Cyprus

*Corresponding Author: Amir Reza Shahbazkia, Department of Management Information System, Computer Data Science, Girne, American University, Cyprus.

Received: September 24, 2020; Published: November 07, 2020

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Abstract

  Long and healthy life are going to become a common and convenient means for human to will be survived. More-and-more health problems are kept on arriving over the world, forcing human to increase the set of knowledge and using intelligent data to predict and decide more accurately and correctly. The availability of different new health problems increase the complexity of discovery as well as the selection process to overcome them. In this research we are sharing our results from data science to fight against the new generation of health problems by using stem cells and at the end we try to offer the ways which human will be able to live longer and healthier. By using reliving stem cells in the body and also some other useful ways.

Keywords: Stem Cells; ABAR1 Enzyme; MSI-1436

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Citation

Citation: Amir Reza Shahbazkia., et al. “To have or not to have a Useful Healthy Long Life by Stem Cells". Acta Scientific Computer Sciences 2.12 (2020): 10-14.




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