Request Brochure

Covid 19 – We are fully operational during this time, taking calls 8am-8pm 7 days a week.

Filter by category

Trends in treating tendonitis and tendon injuries

If you are an athlete, you will probably face tendonitis at some point during your playing days. If you’re a regular human being, you’ll most certainly face it. Common areas that are affected include the wrist, the elbow (tennis or golfer’s elbow), the shoulder (rotator cuff tendonitis), the hip, the knee (patellar tendonitis), the heel […]

Read Article

Stem-cell transplants can boost immune system of blood cancer patients

As he vomited into the toilet after one of his bi-weekly chemotherapy sessions, Keith Oliver’s mom turned to him and asked him if he was still thankful. He glanced up at her. Are you serious? he thought. After being diagnosed with blood cancer, it was moments like this — when he was tired of being […]

Read Article

Researchers generate human heart grafts from human pluripotent stem cells

Scientists from the Institute of Bioengineering of Catalonia (IBEC), in collaboration with the Hospital General Universitario Gregorio Marañón in Spain and two other groups in the USA, have made a big leap in heart regeneration advances by achieving heart grafts from human pluripotent stem cells for the first time in less than one month. The […]

Read Article

First Duchenne’s Muscular Dystrophy patient to receive umbilical cord stem cell therapy turns 30

Ryan Benton was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD) at the age of three and given a life expectancy in the late teens to early twenties. DMD is a relatively common progressive genetic disorder, which causes aggressive deterioration of the muscles. In 2009, at the age of 22, Benton’s condition was critical. He met with […]

Read Article

First successful skin-to-eye stem cell transplant in humans

Special cells taken from the skin and turned into retinal cells show promise for treating age-related macular degeneration (AMD), the leading cause of vision loss among the elderly, a new study shows. AMD has long been considered an inevitable disorder of aging and is the primary cause of blindness in industrialized countries, affecting more than 2 […]

Read Article

Stem cell gene therapy for fatal childhood disease ready for human trial

A pioneering approach for Sanfilippo disease – a genetic condition for which there is no effective treatment A gene therapy developed in Manchester will now be trialled in humans Scientists in Manchester, who have developed a stem cell gene therapy to reverse a fatal childhood illness, have agreed to work with a new therapeutics company […]

Read Article

State of the science: 6 conditions that may soon be treated with stem cells

From easing creaky knees to mending a damaged heart, it seems that scientists are on the brink of using stem cells to revolutionise treating a range of conditions. These master cells are essentially the building blocks of human tissue, and some have the capacity to turn into any type of specialist cell, such as skin, […]

Read Article

Cristiano Ronaldo injury: Real Madrid forward to undergo stem cell treatment before Champions League second leg

Cristiano Ronaldo will undergo stem cell treatment as he attempts to recover from a thigh injury in time to face Manchester City. The Real Madrid forward was not included in the matchday squad for Tuesday’s Champions League semi-final first leg at the Etihad Stadium, which ended in a 0-0 draw. Zinedine Zidane’s side looked blunt in attack without […]

Read Article

Regenerative Network International now offering Stem Cell therapy to help avoid hip or knee replacement

Regenerative Network International is now offering stem cell therapy to help avoid hip or knee replacement. The procedures are showing extreme effectiveness along with being nonsteroidal, low risk and outpatient. Hip and Knee replacement procedures should always be performed as an absolute last resort, since there are potential significant risks involved. With the excellent outcomes now being […]

Read Article