16 Jun 2009 09:51 am

Stem cells collected from placenta could cure blood related disorders

A new study conducted by scientists at Children’s Hospital Oakland claimed that stem cells placentaextracted from human placenta could play an important role curing deadly diseases like leukemia and  sickle cell disease and other blood related disorders.

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15 Jun 2009 08:22 am

Stem cell therapy won over top 10 deadly disease: lets read the tale

gladiator-2Caught in the web of dilemmas? Just read through ten best success stories compiled just for you. We are sure you will take up the challenge and let you or your loved ones find a respite from the grueling pains.

03 Jun 2009 01:19 pm

induced Pluripotent Stem cell - promises a new future

200811421induced Pluripotent Stem Cell (iPS) is a newer concept in the field of stem cell therapy. Let us see how it promises us a newer and brighter future…

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21 May 2009 02:33 pm

Stem cell therapy: A lesson from human catholics for actual catholics

mother-and-childCritics 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?

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14 May 2009 02:35 am

Embryo’s Heartbeat Drives Blood Stem Cell Formation: Nature & Cell Paper

Biologists have long wondered why the embryonic heart begins beating so early, before the tissues actually need to be infused with blood.

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08 May 2009 05:20 pm

Bay Area biotech companies are in the spot light of stem cell therapy

geronBay 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.

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17 Apr 2009 12:28 pm

New Stem cell technique to eliminate sickle cell anemia is nearby

Previously doctors at Johns Hopkins Hospital declared that Pamela Newton is one of the first adults in the world to be cured of sickle cell disease and this is the first using of an experimental bone marrow transplant that could cure thousands like her who have been told they will never get better.

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