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Regenerative Medicine Back on Fast Track

Published: March 1, 2012

After decades of frustratingly slow progress, regenerative medicine is buoyed by optimism.

After decades of controversy and frustratingly slow progress, the stem cell field seems poised for breakthroughs in a range of diseases. One by one, obstacles such as tumorigenicity of embryonic stem cells and immune rejection of allogeneic transplants are giving way to focused study and innovation.

At the “World Stem Cells Regenerative Medicine Congress”, the regenerative medicine community will meet to exchange the latest news and progress in cell therapy.

The secret of his success

Published: September 3, 2011

He can’t move a muscle below his neck. But that hasn’t stopped Girish Gogia from being a star interior designer. Here’s how he did it

Girish Gogia was only 29 years old when he suffered a cervical spinal cord injury while diving into the sea in Goa. The incident left him paralysed below the neck. As the spinal tissue is not capable of regenerating itself, a spinal cord injury is irreversible. Superman star Christopher Reeves suffered from a similar injury for almost a decade before he passed away.