Neuralstem (CUR) will sponsor stem cell research at the China Medical University & Hospital of Taiwan. The work will help prepare for a human clinical trial using Neuralstem’s human spinal cord neural stem cells to treat patients who have suffered a stroke.
In March this year, Bangalore-based Stempeutics Research received clearance from the Drug Controller General of India to conduct human clinical trials to develop drugs using stem cells.
Autism a peculiar neural disease which has been reported in the kids. In doctor’s word, it has no cure, but can little Kenneth, who would be treated with adult stem cells tell the story differently?
A team of influential venture capitalists and medical researchers with strong ties to Boston’s biotechnology community is putting cash and top-drawer talent into the new wave of stem cell technology.
Bioheart, Inc, announced that they would be going into the final phase of clinical trial with muscle stem cell in cardiovascular disease treatment.
No doubt it is a controversial issue where the egg cell donor will be paid, it has two very contradicting point of view. Lets read what either has to say.
Wonders may not cease where stem cell treatment is concerned. Recently stem cell treatment has been applied on human, as a case of Phase I trial and the doctors are quite optimistic since it has been successful in animals.
The rules, the agency said, lay out which research is eligible for federal funding and help “ensure that NIH-funded research in this area is ethically responsible, scientifically worthy and conducted in accordance with applicable law.”
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 »
A team leaded by an Indian Scientist, Dr. Deepak Srivastava, discovered a new mechanism in molecular biology, which are the primary reason of the diseases such as atherosclerosis and Alzheimer disease. Will stem cell treating these defects find a cure to these diseases?