January 2007


AIDS& Cancer& Diabetes& Heart& Stem Cell31 Jan 2007 09:13 am

Norway Proposes Law That Would Allow Embryonic Stem Cell Research

The government of Norway has proposed new legislation that would allow embryonic stem cell research [JURIST news archive] to potentially find cures for various diseases.

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Stem Cell31 Jan 2007 08:27 am

Robotics to Automate Stem Cell Research

Scientists hope to speed up the development of regenerative drugs for diseases such as cancer by using robotics to automate stem cell research.

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Multiple Sclerosis& Stem Cell31 Jan 2007 08:10 am

Stem Cell Therapy Shows Slight Relief for Multiple Sclerosis Patient

AN Oakenshaw man who received treatment in Germany for Multiple Sclerosis before Christmas has noticed a slight improvement in his sight.

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Stem Cell31 Jan 2007 07:26 am

Stem Cell Surgery Saved Racing Career of Impressive Gelding Taisho

Coast trainer Greg Kennedy has his fingers crossed that revolutionary stem cell surgery has saved the racing career of his impressive gelding Taisho.A hole was discovered in Taisho’s tendon in November 2005, leaving the then three-year-old’s future in serious doubt.
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Stem Cell29 Jan 2007 08:30 am

Stem Cell Treatments Followed With Interest by Middle East Medical Community

The latest developments in stem cell research are being discussed this week, held as part of the Congress Sessions of Arab Health 2007, the region’s largest medical exhibition and congress series.

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Stem Cell29 Jan 2007 07:57 am

Patient Orientated Information About Stem Cell Research

Patients or patient groups have rarely been involved in discussions on stem cell research even though they would be the most affected by the potential of such therapies.

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Diabetes& Stem Cell24 Jan 2007 08:44 am

Scientists Able to Grow Pancreatic Beta Cells from Stem Cells

A team of South Korean scientists has grown pancreatic beta cells, which can help treat diabetes, from stem cells taken from the umbilical cord blood of new born babies.

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Cancer& Stem Cell22 Jan 2007 08:10 am

Stem Cell Marker Responsible for Cancer Growth in Tumours Identified

Researchers at the University of Michigan have for the first time identified a stem cell marker on head and neck tumours, which can indicate which cells are capable of fuelling the cancer’s growth.

Researchers believe their finding may lead to the development of drugs to target and kill cancer stem cells, which escape the attack of current treatments for the disease, and replicate to drive tumour growth.

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Stem Cell22 Jan 2007 07:58 am

The Institute for Stem Cell Biology Will Pioneer the Next Generation Stem Cell Research

The Institute for Stem Cell Biology is within the School of the Biological Sciences at the University of Cambridge.

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Cord Blood Banking& Stem Cell20 Jan 2007 08:25 am

Indian Stem Cell Banking Company to Provide Revolutionary Stem Cell Technology into the Middle East Region

Chennai-based LifeCell, the pioneer stem cell repository in India, has announced plans to foray into the Middle East region. Dubai will be the 22nd centre for LifeCell.

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