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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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MS stem cell gives Paisley dad-of-three a life changing chance

Groundbreaking stem cell treatment is offering a dad-of three a life changing chance. Five years after unsuccessful treatment in Poland for his multiple sclerosis, the 33-year-old, is travelling to London for the most up-to-date stem cell therapy. Barry McArthur is currently confined to a wheelchair, is dependent on wife Katy and cannot play with his […]

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University of Saskatchewan and Harvard University team up for Parkinson’s treatment

University of Saskatchewan and Harvard University researchers are starting down a path they hope will lead to a Holy Grail of brain medicine. “It is probably one of the most exciting things in my career,” said Dr. Ivar Mendez, head of the U of S Brain Repair Program. Researchers at the two universities aim to […]

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New stem cell delivery method for end stage heart failure

A new clinical trial to test how a high dose of stem cells delivered via a method called “retrograde coronary sinus infusion” affects end stage heart failure patients is showing promising results. The method involves giving the cells backwards (retrograde) through the heart through the main vein (the coronary sinus). “We performed this technique because […]

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1. How does the process work? We will send you an information pack that will contain everything you need to read, complete and return to us in order to join Biovault Family. Once you are entirely happy and we have received everything we will then take the first payment for the kit. We will then […]

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Clinic using stem cells to help heal soldiers

Oleksiy Shershniov, CEO of the Ilaya clinic, shows an X-ray to patient Roman Zhuravel, who was wounded in Russia’s war against the Donbas. He is one of 25 soldiers whom Biotech Rehabilitation has treated with stem cells, which regenerate bones, muscles and skin. When the first Ukrainian soldiers were injured in Russia’s war against Ukraine, […]

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Surgeons lead way to fix knee damage

PIONEERING surgeons at Basildon Hospital are carrying out groundbreaking operations to repair injured knees. Two patients have now undergone the procedure, which uses stem cell bone marrow to regenerate damaged cartilage – the tough, rubbery substance between the shinbone and thighbone which acts as a shock absorber. The operation, which is most successful on younger […]

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Spain’s Belmonte Undergoing Stem Cell Treatment for Shoulder Injury

According to the Spanish news source Nataccion.com, Bemonte has undergone a relatively new procedure involving stem cells. Although there are several variations of the procedure and the specifics of Belmonte’s regimen have not been disclosed, the high-level methodology involves surgeons first arthroscopically removing the patient’s bone marrow and then culturing the tissue in order to […]

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Gene, stem cell therapies may have far-reaching implications for coronary artery grafts

A Creighton University researcher has received a National Institutes of Health grant to study the effects of gene and stem cell therapy in coronary artery bypass grafts, a first-of-its-kind undertaking that could transform the procedure, increase survival rates and dramatically reduce the possibility of re-occlusion of the grafted arteries and veins in the procedure. Devendra […]

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