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Cash boost coming for stagnant U.S. medical research

After years of stagnant funding, medical research in the United States is set for a big cash infusion that experts expect will boost work...

Stationary bike helps spinal cord injury sufferers

People who have suffered spinal cord injuries are at higher risk for obesity than those who haven't. Because they're often confined to a wheelchair, the...

U.S. approves first human embryonic stem cell study

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the first human trials of human embryonic stem cell research, authorizing...

Paralyzed race car driver applauds FDA stem cell approval

Indianapolis - It could be a major step forward for stem cell research and patients paralyzed with spinal cord injuries. An American biotech company...

FDA has approved Embryonic Stem Cell Research

The FDA has approved the first use of embryonic stem cells to treat humans. It's never been done before in the United States, but...

Langevin sees new hope for stem cell work

Because of the spinal cord injury he suffered in an accidental shooting in 1980, U.S. Rep. James R. Langevin not only uses a wheelchair,...

Monthly Miracle – Menstrual Stem Cells

Until now, menstrual blood has typically been discarded as unsanitary waste. Few are aware that the blood shed during women’s menstrual cycles contains millions...

White House stem cell shift expected

A major shift in White House policy on stem cell research is expected when Barack Obama takes office. The president-elect has been a strong supporter...

More on stem cell research

What are stem cells? Stem cells have the remarkable potential to develop into many different cell types in the body. Serving as a sort of...

A New Hope for Life – Stem Cells

Ever imagined, what it would be like to lead a disease free life and be a part of a world where every body is...