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April 23rd, 2009 Returning Hope, a pioneering Asian adult stem cell treatment portal, is expected to be one of the first in the world to offer the stem cell treatment for blindness. While very recently British scientists just have announced about the technique for curing macular-degeneration related blindness with adult stem cells.First Cord Blood Collection For Cystic Fibrosis Offers Hope
May 1st, 2006 The first ever (in Clinical history) Cystic Fibrosis cord blood collection was made at the Mercy Hospital in Werribee on Easter Saturday. This first collection of cord blood from the sibling of a child with Cystic Fibrosis (CF) is a major step towards treating the deadly effects of Australia's most common severe genetic condition among children, for which there is no cure.Investors are Trying to Attract Athens-Based Stem Cell Firm
February 3rd, 2007 Investors and state officials in Wisconsin are trying to lure away an Athens-based company poised to launch a promising biomedical technology discovered by University of Georgia researcher Steven Stice. The company, Aruna Biomedical, may not move to Wisconsin, however, as Georgia investors make counter-offers to keep Aruna in the state, and other areas may make bids of their own.Stem Cell Therapy Raise Hope for Baldness Remedy
May 17th, 2007 Mice with deep skin wounds can grow new hair, scientists said on Wednesday in a finding that offers hope for a baldness remedy for humans. The mice regenerated hair at the site of the wound via molecular processes similar to those used in embryonic development, according to the research, published in the journal Nature.Embryonic Stem Cell Therapy is a Real Hope for Those Who are Suffering form Deadly Incurable Diseases
March 12th, 2007 Cause of Parkinson's disease in unknown and there is no cure, the only thing patients knows that this deadly disease will eventually force them to become a prisoner inside their own body. But there is hope.Stem cell therapy, a hope for bedridden patient to live a normal life
September 10th, 2008 Pamela Harriman, a New Albany resident, will soon be going for a stem cell therapy in a hope to cure her disease dermatomyositis and to live a normal life. As because this disease is a muscle disease she is even restricted to move her body.Manchester and Sheffield University Researchers Successfully Convert Embryonic Stem Cells To Insulin Producing Pancretic Tissue
May 8th, 2008 Researches at the Manchester and Sheffield Universities have been able to identify the techniques to turn embryonic stem cells into insulin-producing pancreatic tissue. They will now be able to manipulate the stem cell to produce 'transcription factor', a protein necessary for treatment.Meet The Active Supporters of Stem Cell Research
February 24th, 2006 Who are the real supporters of Stem Cell Research? Meet Claire LeVine from Walnut Creek in California. Claire loves to watch her 7 year-old grandson, Bobby Stearns, play his heart out in Little League.