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Small clinical trial looks at the safety of using sibling umbilical cord stem cells to treat children with cerebral palsy
Researchers convert human stem cells into insulin-producing beta cells using small molecules
Successful clinical trial calls for additional larger trials to examine the use of mesenchymal stems cells to improve survival rates and recovery time
Today, cord blood transplants are used to treat more than 80 different diseases.
Here we outline clinical trials exploring stem cells, emphasizing those looking at utilizing perinatal stem cells derived from cord blood, the umbilical cord, and other placental tissue.
In the wake of the pandemic, the FDA approves multiple clinical trials exploring stem cells as a treatment option for COVID-19.
This article will introduce you to clinical trial basics and discuss how clinical trials can identify new therapies involving stem cells.
A quick guide to how your baby’s cord blood and cord tissue stem cells are processed and stored, so they are ready and available for use anytime.
Here are the top 3 reasons behind why you should consider preserving your baby’s newborn stem cells.
According to a small clinical trial, patients on ventilators due to COVID-19 are 2.5 times more likely to recover following umbilical cord stem cell treatment.
Will we be able to curb this pandemic effectively? Will the solution be a vaccine, an anti-viral, stem cell therapy, or perhaps a combination of all?
Donor compatibility is one of the biggest bottlenecks associated with hematopoietic stem cell transplants.
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