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Monthly Archives: June 2007

Right to Recover, Winning the Political and Religious Wars over Stem Cell Research.

If you have been unable to settle on an educated opinion concerning stem cell research, this well laid out book should end your dilemma. Stem cell research is being conducted for both medical and scientific...

Injured girl home, celebrating Christmas

Christmas will be celebrated this weekend at 6-year-old Taylor Parker's house. A Christmas tree stands in the front room; wrapped presents wait to be opened and lights decorate the eaves outside. Several neighboring houses are...

Don’t dive like me, pleads paralysed Ahmed

PESHAWAR: Nineteen-year-old Ijaz Ahmed will pass his remaining life as a completely dependent person after he dived into a pond to escape a hot summer day last year on October 13. Ahmed is being treated...

New mouse stem cell is just like ours

The discovery of a mouse embryonic stem cell that is a near-perfect match to human cells will speed research in regenerative medicine and treatments for conditions such as Parkinson's and diabetes, researchers say. Embryonic stem...

Stem cells made from eggs, not embryos

NEW YORK --Scientists say they've created embryonic stem cells by stimulating unfertilized eggs, a significant step toward producing transplant tissue that's genetically matched to women. The advance suggests that someday, a woman who wants a...

Healing friend

Therapy dog Colonel spreads joy as he visits hospitals, schools, centers Colonel can bark in five languages - but that's not the best part. The 8-year-old golden retriever possesses a certain magic that helps people heal. "It's...

Clinical Trial Suggests Bone Marrow Stem Cells Are Useful for Spinal Cord Injury

PrimeCell(TM) Therapeutics LLC today announced that it provided research support and pre-clinical studies for a clinical trial to assess the safety, feasibility and efficacy of implanting autologous bone marrow stem cells into spinal cord...

‘Missing link’ stem cells may shorten path to therapies

The discovery of a mouse embryonic stem cell startlingly similar to its human counterpart will likely speed progress toward the Regeneration of healthy cells and organ tissue in people, two studies reported Wednesday. The newly-found...

Journey just begun on stem cell research

The passing of a bill overturning a ban on therapeutic cloning in NSW allows stem cell research to start, but the journey will be "long and arduous", a leading scientist says. NSW parliament's approval of...

Local band jams for cause

Now that he has regained the gift of music, Ryan Nelson wants to use his talent to help others. The 21-year-old Pilesgrove resident, who was paralyzed in a car accident three years ago, will...