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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20 May 2009 08:55 am

$19 million state stem cell funding enlisted John Hopkins and University of Maryland into the recipient list

The Maryland Stem Cell Research Commission has granted awards for 59 projects, out of 147 applications that it received.

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18 May 2009 03:15 pm

Stem cell research and Obama should speed up the rescue of paralytics: urges disability activist

Cody-UnserOnly a disable person knows the actual pain of the disability, she is Cody Unser a disabled disability activist, the global voice for disable person, student at University of Redlands and head of the Cody Unser First Step Foundation.

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18 May 2009 07:28 am

Stem cell treatment shows hope for paralyzed Decatur woman

Before struck by a drunken driver 22 years old Decatur High honor student Jackie Murphree, was a lively personality.

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11 May 2009 06:02 pm

Embryonic stem cell and bone marrow stem cell combination can prevent transplant- associated tumors

Embryonic stem cells join hands with bone marrow stem cells to prevent transplant- associated tumors and help cure dreaded spinal cord injury(SCI) successfully.

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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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30 Apr 2009 01:47 pm

$5.8 Million stem research grant for Standford Researchers

$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.

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29 Apr 2009 04:31 pm

Stem cell trial on cervical spine fusion promoted to phase II

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.

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29 Apr 2009 01:59 pm

South korea to resume cloned human stem cell research once again

The presidential advisory committee after hesitating twice, finally declared on wednesday  that South Korea have decided to lift the three years old ban on cloned human stem cell research.

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23 Apr 2009 04:57 pm

First ever stem cell education day celebrated at Maryland

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.

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