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The DAISY Project

Published: October 5, 2016
The DAISY Project
The DAISY Project

Improving the identification of Dysphagia following Acute cervIcal Spinal cord injurY

The DAISY project is funded by the National Institute of Health Research as part of a doctoral research fellowship awarded to Jackie McRae.

It is supported by University College London and the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore.

This short video tells you more from the people who have had the experience themselves.

Stem cells – where are we now?

Published: January 27, 2012

RESEARCH: STEM CELLS: two small words that can invoke enormous hype, hope and sometimes confusion.

In theory harnessing them could open up new therapies for a range of medical conditions. In practice it’s a complex field, strewn with technical and, in some cases, ethical difficulties, but progress is being made, a small number of clinical applications have already been proved and more clinical trials are under way.

But first, in any discussion of stem cells there’s an important set of distinctions to make. Not all stem cells are the same – and how they are classified depends on where they came from.

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