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Students trained in Stem Cell Science

Pasadena City College has awarded a 2011 Career and Technical Education Industry Partnership Award to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles for its ongoing stem cell science training program. Dr. Barbara Driscoll, PhD, who is an investigator at the Saban Research Institute … Continue reading

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Stem cell breakthrough for liver problems

Scientists at the University of Bath have found a unique method of creating precursor liver cells that could change the way new drugs are tested. The Departments of Biology & Biochemistry and Pharmacy & Pharmacology created a new process that … Continue reading

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What is the therapeutic potential of adult stem cells?

There has been much progress in the stem cell application field in recent years. Many studies and commentaries have focused on the controversial use of embryonic stem cells. But what do we know of the healing possibilities of adult stem … Continue reading

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Multiple Sclerosis treatment with Stem Cell Application

Multiple sclerosis, or MS, is an inflammatory disease with a broad spectrum of symptoms. Myelin sheaths on the axons of the spinal cord and brain develop lesions due to this disease. This hinders communication between the nerve cells in the … Continue reading

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