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Snow Leopards Could be Saved by Stem Cells

The Cosmos Online has reported that there could be hope for the endangered snow leopard in the form of stem cell application. For the first time embryonic stem-like cells have been harvested from the tissue of an adult snow leopard … Continue reading

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Keep Your Hearing with Stem Cell Application?

Researchers at Keele University in North Staffordshire are going to be the first in the world to try and create new ear cells, which are often lost or damaged with old age. Over nine million people suffer age-related hearing loss … Continue reading

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Life Changing Adult Stem Cell Application for COPD

Video Synopsis: Lynn, 59, was on disability and had to stop working after her COPD progressively worsened over several years. Lynn could not shower or move much more than a few steps on her own. “I’d just given up,” she … Continue reading

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Washington Man has Adult Stem Cell Application After Heart Failure

This Washington man was treated with adult stem cell application after congestive heart failure. He had his treatment at the Regenerative Medicine Institute at Hospital Angeles in Tijuana, Mexico, part of the largest private hospital network in Mexico, and also … Continue reading

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Video Update on Stem Cell Research

The latest stem cell application news video focuses on the remarkable story of Katie Sharify. The last of the Geron patients has a new passion: Helping others learn about stem cells and stem cell research. Katie Sharify is the final … Continue reading

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‘Maybe This Could Help Someone like Me’: New Search for a Stem Cell Trial Provider

This article continues on from our previous one on the discontinuation of an embryonic stem cell application trial that Katie Sharify, who is paralyzed from the waist down, had been taking part in. Katie Sharify, who had been taking part … Continue reading

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Blood Platelets Made From Stem Cells

Scientists in Japan have made blood platelet cells for the first time by reprogramming stem cells taken from adult cells, creating the potential for a constant supply of this fragile blood component. Researchers from the Center for iPS Cell Research … Continue reading

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Stem Cell Smell Sensors Give Hope

University of California, Berkeley, neuroscientists have identified a genetic trigger that lets the nose renew its smell sensors, giving people who have lost their sense of smell due to trauma or old age hope for new therapies. The gene instructs … Continue reading

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Special Pathways for Stem Cells

When a muscle becomes damaged, dormant adult stem cells called satellite cells are alerted to “wake up” and help repair the muscle. University of Missouri researchers have found that even distant satellite cells can help with the repair, and they … Continue reading

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Stem Cell Research Lecture

This is a UCLA Life Sciences Public Lecture from March 16, 2011: The Next Frontier in Stem Cell Research. by Dr. Amander Clarke. Amander Clark is an assistant professor of molecular, cell and developmental biology at UCLA. Her laboratory uses … Continue reading

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