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Bone marrow stem cell injections may help cure spinal cord injury

Washington: Injecting a patient's own bone marrow-derived stem cells into the spinal column using multiple routes can be an effective treatment for spinal cord...

South Florida doctors look to speed up stem cell research

As President Barack Obama eased restrictions on embryonic stem cell research Monday, South Florida scientists said they will pursue the controversial research in their...

Stem cell issues: State could restrict research on embryos

A bill that would limit stem cell research in Georgia and define a living human embryo as a person, has a good chance of...

Obama Is Leaving Some Stem Cell Issues to Congress

WASHINGTON — While lifting the Bush administration’s restrictions on federally financed human embryonic stem cell research, President Obama intends to avoid the thorniest question...

Bringing Purpose to All Forms of Human Life: Thoughts on Stem Cell Research

Matthew Sanford writes: My wife Jennifer and I have a nine-year-old son named Paul. We are both his biological and everyday parents....

California scientists celebrate Obama’s lifting of restrictions on stem cell research

KPCC's Nick Roman says people and institutions across California welcomed President Obama's decision to lift restrictions on federal funding for stem cell research. Nick Roman:...

Neuralstem’s Human Stem Cells Integrate into Nervous System of Rats with Animal Model of...

Make Synaptic Contact with Host Motor Neurons ROCKVILLE, Md., March 9 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Transplanted human neural stem cells (hNSCs) developed by Neuralstem, Inc. (NYSE Alternext...

Stem Cell-ebration

By wide majorities, Americans love stem cell research. According to Gallup numbers 64% find it morally acceptable, and 52% support easing the restrictions or...

Cheerios salutes wheelchair athlete

As head of the University of Pittsburgh's Human Engineering Research Laboratory, Rory Cooper is helping to guide emerging technologies and treatments to improve mobility...

Hope, Science and Tomorrow: Stem Cell Research in 2009

In January, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the world's first human trials of a therapy derived from human embryonic stem cells. The...