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Stem Cell Therapy for Myasthenia Gravis

Refractory cases of myasthenia gravis (MG) can be relieved by a new treatment based on replacing a patient’s immune system with new one created from transplants of his own stem cells, according to a Canadian study published by JAMA Neurology. This process, known as autologous Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation (HSCT) can induce “….long-term, treatment-free MG […]

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Japanese Firms Team Up To Fight Baldness With Stem Cell Cure

Giant strides to prevent and cure baldness are being made in medical labs around the world. The latest announcement comes from Japan’s largest research organization RIKEN, which has teamed up with two Japanese companies, Kyocera and Organ Technologies, to develop a cure based on regenerative medicine. The companies are targeting 2020 for commercialization. They are not the only […]

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Stem cell transplant findings could lead to personalised type 1 diabetes treatments

A clinical trial has shown promising findings from stem cell transplants in people with type 1 diabetes, with some patients coming off insulin injections for several years. This international research could also lead to better outcomes for more patients who undergo stem cell transplantation, according to senior author Dr Bart Roep, City of Hope and […]

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Stem Cells and Dystonia: Michaela’s Story

“Look at me!” says 11-year-old Michaela, “I can walk now!” Michaela Sky Rodrigues is an exceptional girl with exceptional parents. Michaela refused to accept the bleak outlook doctors described for her whilst suffering from secondary dystonia. She travelled with her family from her home in Australia to China for a series of pioneering umbilical cord […]

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Why you shouldn’t store whole blood even if it is a cheaper process

It is well known that freezing whole blood is a cheaper and simpler option for tissue banks when it comes to processing umbilical cord samples for stem cell storage. So why does everyone not store whole blood? The majority of tissue and cell storage banks remove the red blood cells from each umbilical cord sample […]

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Cancer Vaccine In The Works

Scientists have found a way to teach the body’s immune system to identify and fight cancer cells, and may be a basis for a cancer vaccine.  The research has been done on patients with leukemia, and soon, doctors are hopeful, that this can eventually be used to people suffering from other types of cancer such […]

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Clinical Trial of Blood Stem Cell Transplant in Lymphoma Currently Enrolling

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) at the National Institutes of Health is currently enrolling participants for a stem cell transplant clinical trial. The phase II/III trial is intended to study an autologous (taken from the person’s own body) peripheral blood stem cell transplant for both non-Hodgkin (NHL) and Hodgkin lymphoma (HL). According to the Leukemia […]

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Stem cells show promise for treating heart failure, study finds

Stem-cell therapy involving bone marrow could revolutionize treatment for people struggling with heart failure, according to a study that included research from the University of Pittsburgh. The clinical trial determined end-stage heart failure patients treated with stem cells harvested from their own bone marrow had 37 percent fewer cardiac events, including hospital admissions and deaths, […]

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Stem cell trial suggests damaged heart tissue could be regenerated

People suffering from heart disease have been offered hope by a new study that suggests damaged tissue could be regenerated through a stem cell treatment injected into the heart during surgery. The small-scale study, published in the Journal of Cardiovascular Translational Research, followed 11 patients who during bypass surgery had stem cells injected into their […]

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