August 2008

Stem Cell18 Aug 2008 07:13 am

Family Cord Blood Services To Offer Discount On Cord Blood Banking

In a newer way to celebrate the spirit of labor, Family Cord Blood Services, the prominent private cord blood bank has decided to offer discount to the would be parents who enrolled before September 30, 2008. The discount charge will include enrollment, the collection kit, medical courier transport of the cord blood, laboratory processing, and yearly storage for the storage term of choice.

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Adult Stem Cell& Cord Blood Banking& Embryonic Stem Cell& Leukemia& Stem Cell18 Aug 2008 03:28 am

Leukemia Can be Cured by Umbilical Cord Stem Cell

Umbilical-CordStem cell therapy has open a new horizon for Leukemia patients by discovering a new promising treatment using Umbilical Cord.

Recent news which was published in an early online publication of the Lancet Oncology reveals that the stem cells collected from umbilical cords through injection and then injecting into the pelvic bone of patients with leukemia increases the chance of therapeutic success as compared to other therapies.

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Adult Stem Cell& Embryonic Stem Cell& Stem Cell18 Aug 2008 03:22 am

Save Menstrual Blood For a Disease Free Future

Menstrual-BloodSoon in Chennai, India is going to open a new Stem cell bank where women will be able to preserve their menstrual blood for serious disorders through stem cell therapy. It is believed that this will open a new horizon for the stem cell therapy as this will increase the chance to explore new ways to treat diseases such as cardiac disease, degenerative disease and most importantly cancer.

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Adult Stem Cell& Cancer& Embryonic Stem Cell& Stem Cell15 Aug 2008 01:54 am

Stem cell therapy once again proved effective for life threatening disease

Stem cell Therapy again helped two person by rewarding back there normal life. They are Rickey Turner and Rev. Tom Roberson from East Texans.

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Embryonic Stem Cell& Gene& Stem Cell14 Aug 2008 04:04 am

iPS cells are a new popular innovation to stem cell research

All the world is waiting impatiently with a hope, for a positive out come from the recent ongoing battle of whether or not stem cell research will lead us into the future of medicine.
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Cord Blood Banking& Stem Cell12 Aug 2008 07:52 am

Mia Hamm realized the importance of Stem Cell treatment after the death of her brother

Former soccer star Mia Hamm’s brother, Garrett, died of aplastic anemia, which could have been treated if cord blood stem cells been available. After researching the procedure, Hamm and husband Nomar Garciaparra chose last year to save the cord blood of their twin girls, Ava and Grace, with ViaCord

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Huntington's Disease& Parkinson's Disease& Stem Cell11 Aug 2008 07:47 am

Scientists Have Created Stem Cells for 10 Genetic Disorders

Dr George Daley and his colleagues at the Harvard Stem Cell Institute used a new technique,  which will allow researchers to watch 10 genetic disorders develop in a lab dish and thus could help speed up efforts to find treatments for some of the most confounding ailments.

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Adult Stem Cell& Embryonic Stem Cell& Parkinson's Disease& Spinal Cord Injury& Stem Cell10 Aug 2008 10:46 pm

Indian Stem Cell Therapy Relieved Aspen Women From Spinal Cord Injury

Yet once again Indian stem cell scientist Dr Geeta Shroff has managed to come in the headlines by treating three patients from Aspen having spinal cord injury.

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Advocacy& Cord Blood Banking& Stem Cell09 Aug 2008 06:59 am

Stem Cell Therapy Not Always Good In Foreign Countries

Stem cell research has presented a huge potential in the world of medical science. It offers solution to many fatal and deadly diseases like Parkinson’s, cerebral palsy and paralysis. Unfortunately, a developed and rich country like the USA has failed to deliver proper stem cell treatment to its citizens. Also stem cell research has not been able to develop results due to catholic influence and political pressure.

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Cerebral Palsy& Cord Blood Banking& Stem Cell08 Aug 2008 03:21 am

Cerebral Palsy Child Saved By Stem Cell Treatment From Her Own Umbilical Cord Blood

For 2-year-old Chloe Levine, life was not easy. From her birth, she was suffering from an uncurable disease called Cerebral Palsy. His only hope was stem cell therapy.

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