August 2005

30 Aug 2005 10:07 pm

Mother makes history with stem cell harvesting

Liza Ackermann, a mother, is set to make medical history today when stem cells are collected from her new-born baby.

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30 Aug 2005 08:26 pm

Missouri Stem Cell Researchers Welcome in Illinois

Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich and Comptroller Dan Hynes sent a letter to thirty doctors and scientists conducting stem-cell research in Missouri.

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25 Aug 2005 04:30 am

The Truth About Embryonic Stem Cell Alternatives

Executive Summary: There aren’t any.

The first potential alternative is a promising breakthrough in the biotech world of stem cell research with the news that Harvard scientists reported taking skincells to generate embryonic stem cells.

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25 Aug 2005 01:21 am

Bio-Matrix Scientific and Cord Blood America Sign Strategic Alliance Agreement for Adult Adipose Stem Cell Banking

Bio-Matrix Scientific Group Inc. (BMXP) announced today that it has signed a Strategic Alliance with Cord Blood America. Through this alliance, Cord Blood America will be marketing Bio-Matrix Scientific Group’s adult adipose stem cell banking and cryogenics services in addition to Bio-Matrix’s cord blood stem cell banking.

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25 Aug 2005 01:17 am

Private Stem Cell Research in India

As per the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) only two companies are involved in Stem Cell Research viz. Reliance Life Sciences, Mumbai and Life Cell, Kilakottiyur near Chennai.

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25 Aug 2005 01:08 am

Stem Cell Experts Worldwide Converge in Seoul Symposium on Stem Cell Research

Key Stem Cell Scientists will gather in South Korea on Wednesday to attend the Seoul Symposium on Stem Cell Research, an international event taking place Aug. 25-26 at Yonsei University.

21 scientists from five nations - the United States, Britain, Australia, Japan and Korea will be present, including Moon Shin-yong, professor at Seoul National University, and Hal Broxmeyer of Indiana University.
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25 Aug 2005 12:49 am

Paralysis Treatment in Portugal from Nasal Stem Cells

Paralyzed from the waist down after a snowboarding crash, 19 year old Josh Millard of Lakeland, Colorado puts all his hopes into experimental stem-cell surgery in Portugal.

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25 Aug 2005 12:39 am

Stem Cell Successfully Used in Repairing Damaged Heart Muscles of Patients Unsuitable for Heart Transplant

A pilot study conducted in South Africa on the use of stem cells to repair the damaged heart muscle of four male patients with end-stage heart failure has been successful.

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25 Aug 2005 12:20 am

Information on Saving Lives through Umbilical Cord Blood

Umbilical Cord Blood is a precious commodity in treatment of diseases like leukemia, sickle cell anemia and immune deficiencies.

Cord blood in rich in life saving stem cells. Unfortunately the cords are often still tossed into the trash because most women don’t know how or where to donate. It is the best insurance they can give to their children.
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24 Aug 2005 05:05 am

Stem cell research lacking Federal cash

With stem cell research legislation still making its way through Capitol Hill, U.S. Tom Lantos, D-San Mateo, toured local research facilities yesterday to highlight advances already made as well as the need for further federal funding.

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