With an aim to find an immediate cure for diseases like autism and cystic fibrosis, Canadian and Japanese stem cell researchers are joining their forces together in a bid to accelerate the work on drug therapy development.

This news was revealed on 16th of October, 2008 by The University of Toronto and Japan’s Kyoto University informing that, Dr. Shinya Yamanaka, of Japanese University has agreed to share each others research work so that the sufferers can get their treatment as soon as possible. And so to achieve this goal, both universities has already taken their first step by signing an agreement in Tokyo.

Shinya Yamanaka and his team have developed some of the world’s most important technology in stem cell research, which involves last year’s work: Converting of normal adult cells into embryonic-like stem cells.

Source: https://canadianpress.google.com/