Cosmetic companies are capitalising on the headline-grabbing allure of “restoring beauty with stem cell”, with anti-ageing creams that are the fastest-growing section of Britain’s £673 million skincare industry.
Stem cell is all ready to set another array of success story in ophthalmic treatment. Congenital retinal degeneration or retinal degeneration, a major cause of blindness, related to ageing can be repaired by the incorporation of stem cells. It has not been tested clinically till now, but has been successful in animal testing. It promises a bright future.
Rodney Wells father of 18 months old Emma is determined to do anything to see his daughter. Rodney lost his sight after an injury in a construction accident in 2003 and since then he was blind.
Australian scientists have invent a very simple but ground breaking procedure to help improved vision of people who are suffering from damage cornea.
Presently stem cell transplantation is getting huge popularity for restoring sight. Scientists from the University of Louisville claimed that they have find that by successfully generating new cells in retina, stem cells can restore damage retinal tissue.
Critics of the Notre Dame selection of the president to receive an honorary degree and deliver the commencement address say Obama’s support of legal abortion and embryonic stem-cell research made him an inappropriate choice for a Catholic university- But who cares? Do any body really cares?
It’s a free online summit where experts will represent and share the latest innovations and breakthroughs in stem cell research through a series of web cast. The entire innovative programme shall be hosted by BrightTALK.
Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer announced a $100Millions support into its own stem cell development program.
Bay area companies are one step ahead in the exploding field of stem cell research. The counties of San Francisco, San Mateo and San Diego, along with the cities of Boston and Madison, Wis., have become major hubs of the nation’s fast-growing biotechnology sector, which includes companies working on stem cells and other areas of regenerative medicine.
Young Holly Arvidson, 11, from Denman, wishes to see her mother face, which she haven’t ever seen.