Thursday, September 23, 2021

Tag: Stem Cell Research

Girl seeks stem cell treatment to regain mobility

A 17-year-old girl who suffered a spinal cord injury after being involved in an accident at an open-air disco in Qawra is hoping to...

Stem Cells- The Animated Movie

Please take 15 minutes today to watch this film. It is the most beautifully produced piece ever about stem cells.

Paralyzed with 7-14 Days to Decide on a Test

In January 2009, Geron, a biotechnology company located in Menlo Park, California, got FDA clearance to inject spinal cells derived from human embryonic stem...

Final rules out for government stem cell research

WASHINGTON --The government issued final rules Monday expanding taxpayer-funded research using embryonic stem cells, easing scientists' fears that some of the oldest batches might...

Stem cell therapy touches another milestone in spinal cord injury

Stem cell has been a boon to the modern medical research, and it has been creating success stories almost everyday. The research regarding stem...

Funds needed to stem spinal woes

MELBOURNE is to host possibly the world's first human trial to help cure long-term spinal injuries. But researchers must first raise $5 million. They hope the...

Scientists extract pluripotent stem cells for medical use from an unexpected source… hair

If there was anything good that came from banning embryonic stem cell research during the Bush administration, is that it forced scientists to find...

Stem cell and regenerative medicine research grabs $500,000 grant for ThermoGenesis

The National Institute of Health (NIH) granted $500,000 to ThermoGenesis Corp. for stem cell research. The company will study for two years and build...

Chicago Based Reproductive Genetics Institute maintain world’s leading supply of Stem Cell Lines

(Chicago, IL) In an unimposing brick building located in the heart of Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood, lives a repository of information that could lead...

Suddenly disabled, D’Andrea invests his money in hope and ‘trust’

Stem cells, disabled access are paralyzed man’s focus Dan D’Andrea is young enough and hopeful enough to believe that, yes, he might someday walk...