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How do you harvest Stem Cells?
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Here at Stem Cell MX we use adult mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) as opposed to Embryonic Stem Cells (ESCs). Aside from the ethical issues surrounding the use of ESCs, which come from fertilized test-tube eggs around 10 days after fertilization, … Continue reading

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10 Reasons to Choose Angeles Health as Your Stem Cell Application Provider! Part 2
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This article continues on from 10 Reasons to Choose Angeles Health as Your Stem Cell Application Provider! Price. Although the stem cell application trials at Angeles Health are “patient funded”, we do actually subsidize a considerable proportion of the full … Continue reading

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Stem Cell Application Approved in Canada
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Osiris Therapeutics Inc. has announced that Canadian regulators have approved its stem cell application called Prochymal, a treatment for the deadly side effect of bone marrow transplants. The company said Health Canada approved Prochymal to be used to treat graft … Continue reading

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Lung Stem Cell Discovery Could Create New Treatments
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Scientists in Boston, Massachusetts have discovered that human lung stem cells do exist, contrary to most scientific thinking at present. This discovery could lead to completely new treatments that repair and regenerate damaged tissues in patients with chronic lung diseases. … Continue reading

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Healing Stem Cell Found in Brain
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Scientists in Sweden have found a new stem cell in the adult brain that could help repair diseases and injury to the brain using new methods. The cells can proliferate and create several different cell types – most importantly, they … Continue reading

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#HopeForCristina – In search of a Stem Cell Transplant
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Cristina di Corte is a 22-year-old woman in search of a donor, her genetic match, for a vital stem cell transplant. Cristina has MNGIE, or mitochondrial neurogastrointestinal encephalopathy syndrome, a rare condition that only 70 people in the world have. … Continue reading

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What is Stem Cell Application?

Stem cells are human or animal cells that are undifferentiated, meaning they have the ability to transform into different organ cells. They are highly useful in various treatments as they heal damaged fibres and repair weak cells through cell division, … Continue reading

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Regenerating Adult Stem Cells: Video

Although stem cells are often considered to be of the embryonic kind, or induced pluripotent cells that need to be treated, we actually already have stem cells in our bodies that are naturally occurring. Adults still have cells that need … Continue reading

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Pluripotent Stem Cells Explained: Video

This video explains how reproductive cell division creates a morula and then a human blastocyst with pluripotent stem cells. As pluripotent stem cells can develop into any kind of human cell type they are highly regarded in stem cell research. … Continue reading

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Stem Cell Research, Ethics and Religion

This a BBC radio show on Stem Cell Research and Religion hosted by Edward Stourton with guests Dr. Omar Sultan Haque, Program in Psychiatry and the Law, Harvard Medical School. Stem cell research, particularly that involving embryonic stem cells, throws … Continue reading

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