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A study published online in the journal Stem Cells shows that a single injection of stem cells can greatly slow the progression of age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
Type 1 diabetes is a form of diabetes in which a person’s pancreas is no longer able to produce enough insulin.
A pre-clinical study from Harvard Medical School demonstrates that patients’ own stem cells may one day be used to effectively treat Parkinson’s disease (PD).
The H1N1 influenza virus was responsible for the Spanish influenza pandemic of 1918 and the “swine flu” pandemic of 2009.
Results after three years of an ongoing clinical trial suggest that transplantation of a patient’s own blood-forming stem cells, following suppression of the immune system, may induce sustained remission of
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Approximately 80% of these cases are considered avoidable. Scientists may have uncovered a ground-breaking, new method for tackling just such cases.
Researchers show that injecting umbilical mesenchymal stem cells to children with ASD is safe and generally well tolerated.
A second reported case of a patient being cured of HIV following a stem cell transplant.
Hypothyroidism is a relatively common hormonal disorder where the thyroid gland produces too little thyroid hormone.
Will we one day be able prevent people from dying from kidney disease by growing transplantable kidneys from stem cells?
Sickle cell anemia is a genetically inherited blood disorder. Phase I/II clinical trial shows that a novel stem cell transplant procedure may provide a cure for adults suffering from sickle
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