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Tag: Stem Cell Therapy

Wounded Pa. soldier seeks Chinese stem cell cure

YORK, Pa. — A York County soldier left partially paralyzed when he was shot in Afghanistan nearly two years ago is banking on stem...

Will stem cell therapy help cure spinal cord injury?

A systematic survey of the scientific literature shows that stem cell therapy can have a statistically significant impact on animal models of spinal cord...

Allogeneic and autogolous stem cell therapy combined with physical rehabilitation: A case report on...

This is a research paper written by Rebecca Johnston, Daniel Leonard’s sister. She recently graduated from a Physical Therapy degree program, and wrote her...

Stem cell therapy- the future treatment for spinal cord injury?

European researchers have made significant progress in the attempt to treat spinal cord injuries using stem cell therapy. Although there have been several attempt...

Stem Cells for Spinal Cord Injury: Some Patients Have Long-Term Improvement

Thirty Percent of Patients Show Improved Functioning after Stem Cell Therapy Philadelphia, Pa. (May 17, 2012) – One of the first long-term studies of stem...

Embryonic Stem Cell Research Not Dead Yet Despite Geron Pullout

Recent news that Geron has abruptly pulled out of the embryonic stem cell (ESC) business, after having just begun the only human clinical trials...

Stem-Cell Gamble

After years of controversy, a therapy based on human embryonic stem cells is finally being tested in humans. The treatment holds out hope to...

Spinal-Cord Injury Victim First to Undergo Embryonic Stem-Cell Therapy

Dr. Donald Leslie, medical director at the Shepherd Center in Atlanta, has high hopes. "We want to cure paralysis," he said. "We want to stop...

First patient to get stem cell therapy comes forward

In the six months since scientists announced they had infused a drug made from human embryonic stem cells into a partially paralyzed patient’s spine,...

World-first cell trial raises concerns

The $1 million price tag for a trial injecting nose cells into spinal-injury patients would be better spent helping people live with their disabilities,...