August 2008

Adult Stem Cell& Eye& Stem Cell30 Aug 2008 07:50 am

Stem cell therapy gives hope to ocular surface disease in India

Years earlier, ocular surface disease was a neglected disease and the patients were also used to be neglected. Only then, Dr. Virender S. Sangwan has come up with the idea to use the stem cell technique to help the patients of the disease. Today it is a land mark in the stem cell research in India.

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Stem Cell30 Aug 2008 07:29 am

Paraplegic hand pedalled for 86 days to raise fund for stem cell therapy

Les McLaughlinIn order to raise enough money for the revolutionary stem cell research at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ont, Les McLaughlin, an paraplegic has pedalled with his hand all the way for 86 days.

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Stem Cell29 Aug 2008 06:24 am

Reprogrammed stem cell can cure variety of disease

Now the persons suffering from any disease can hope for this special treatment which involve no drug, no transplantation, no other therapy but only reprogrammed stem cells inside the body. This is what is called as breakthrough in the regenerative medicine field.

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Adult Stem Cell& Sports Injury& Stem Cell29 Aug 2008 05:16 am

Stem cell treatment may put an end to Tennis Elbow

Alan Mishra, the professor of orthopedic surgery at Stanford University Medical Center, has developed an experimental treatment that encourages the body to heal wounds quickly and effectively. The experiment, if successful, can bring an end to the very common and devastating problem especially in life of a sportsman, tennis elbow.

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Adult Stem Cell& Embryonic Stem Cell& Stem Cell28 Aug 2008 04:54 am

Global stem cell Summit to be organized in Madison, United States

Do you want to know more about stem cell research and its development then come to the World’s stem cell Summit that is going to be organized after the next month in Madison.

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AIDS& Adult Stem Cell& Alzheimer's Disease& Cancer& Cerebral Palsy& Diabetes& Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy& Embryonic Stem Cell& Huntington's Disease& Leukemia& Lumpectomy& Multiple Sclerosis& Muscular Dystrophy& Optic Nerve Hypoplasia& Osteoarthritis& Parkinson's Disease& Stem Cell28 Aug 2008 04:51 am

Harvard Stem cell Scientists on their way to reshape medicine for disease producing cells

Harvard-UniversityOn 27th August,2008 Dr. George Daley and Kevin Eggan, scientists of the Harvard University made a breakthrough announcement regarding the creation of stem cells from patients with a variety of diseases. They say that this disease-specific stem cells will reshape medicine, as stem cells will make the cells to grow in the petri dish of the lab which will increase the chance of study of all degenerative diseases.

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Adult Stem Cell& Stem Cell28 Aug 2008 04:43 am

Again stem cell therapy helped Australian man walk

Stem cell therapy again helped a bricklayer of Gold Coast, Australia to achieve his dream of walking on his feets again. Lets share his story.

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Adult Stem Cell& Embryonic Stem Cell& Stem Cell27 Aug 2008 06:15 am

Mantle cell Lymphoma can be cured by stem cell therapy

Recent news reveals the cure mantle cell lymphoma with stem cell transplant associated with intensive immuno-chemotherapy.

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Adult Stem Cell& Cancer& Stem Cell27 Aug 2008 06:00 am

Stem cell research may increase the chance of bowel cancer survival

Stem cell scientists are again in the headlines by making a breakthrough research in the field of Bowel cancer.

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Adult Stem Cell& Stem Cell27 Aug 2008 04:56 am

stem cell therapy fixes broken legs

In a pioneering technology of its kind, the Australian researchers at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, have been successful in treating the patients with broken legs with their own stem cells. In this experiment, the patients with serious leg fractures have regrown thigh and shin bones, recovering quickly with very little pain.

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