Stem cell has been a boon to the modern medical research, and it has been creating success stories almost everyday. The research regarding stem cell therapy creates another success story again in treating spinal cord injury. Full article »
Once again a 29 years old man who had severe injury in the upper cervical cord in a road accident (two years ago) achieved significant improvement after having successful stem cell therapy at the Salem Manipal Hospital, India.
Patients who have had rigorous chemotherapy sessions or bone marrow transplantation needs a quick bone marrow restoration. But researchers at Children’s Hospital Boston have observed through their studies that fat cells (adipocytes) inhibits the stem cells ability to produce blood cells within bone marrow.
The National Institute of Health (NIH) granted $500,000 to ThermoGenesis Corp. for stem cell research. The company will study for two years and build biomaterials that will deliver stem cells for use in regenerative medicine.
Texarkana neurosurgeons introduced an innovative stem cell procedure that could improve the desired results of surgical interventions of spinal cord injury and back pain.
$5.8 Million stem research grant has been allowed by the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine(CIRM) to the researchers of Stanford University’s School of Medicine today to find and focus on ways to stimulate existing adult stem cells to heal damaged nerves, bone, skin and cardiac muscle.
Biotechnology firm Mesoblast has received approval at Melbourne’s Epworth hospital to commence a Phase 2 trial of its allogeneic, or “off-the-shelf”, cell therapy product for fusion of the cervical spine.
Under graduate students highly interested in stem cell science and many of whom were looking forward to adhere stem cell technology as a career celebrates Stem Cell Education Day at the Maryland Science Center April 21,with leading stem cell researchers.
Stem cell technique which is highly popular in the animal world, mainly for repairing horse injury is now in lime light.
New hope for patients who are suffering from devastating fractures.
A new research suggests that the injection of a drug normally used to treat osteoporosis not only can boost the ability of bones to heal themselves but also help reduces the unbearable fracture pain of patients.