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Lack of stem cells could underlie recurrent miscarriage

A lack of stem cells in the womb lining could be the reason behind thousands of miscarriages, says research published in the journal Stem Cells that...

Reprogramming of blood cells into induced pluripotent stem cells as a new cell source for cartilage repair

BioMed Central: The Open Access Publisher Abstract Background An attempt was made to reprogram peripheral blood cells into human induced pluripotent stem cell (hiPSCs) as a...

Are Stem Cells The Future Of Medicine?

Physicians still have much to learn about how to more effectively utilize stem cells in their practice for the benefit of their patients report from World Health...

Stem cell treatments drawing patients to Jackson

A Jackson, Tennessee-based doctor is offering multiple sclerosis and stroke patients a less expensive version of a cutting-edge medical treatment previously only available overseas. Roy Schmidt,...

Newfound strength in regenerative medicine

RESEARCHERS DEMONSTRATE USE OF DIRECT MECHANICAL STIMULATION TO REPAIR SEVERELY DAMAGED SKELETAL MUSCLES January 25, 2016 (CAMBRIDGE, Mass.) – Researchers in the field of mechanobiology are revealing...

An Interview with Dr. Saud Sadiq – FDA Approves Phase II MS Stem Cell Study Conducted by Tisch Research Center of New York

 By Marc Stecker-Wheelchair Kamikaze—February 1, 2016 Multiplesclerosis.net In some dramatic news regarding stem cell treatments for Multiple Sclerosis, the FDA has given its first ever approval...

Combining regenerative medicine strategies to provide durable reconstructive options: auricular cartilage tissue engineering

BioMed Central The Open Access Publisher Zita M. Jessop†, Muhammad Javed†, Iris A. Otto, Emman J. Combellack, Siân Morgan, Corstiaan C. Breugem, Charles W. Archer, Ilyas M. Khan, William C. Lineaweaver, Moshe Kon, Jos Malda and Iain S. WhitakerEmail author †Contributed equally Stem Cell Research &...

Welsh stem cell firm wins fast-track filing path in Europe

REUTERS – LONDON –  A biotech company founded by a Nobel prize winner has won the go-ahead from European regulators to begin the application process for conditional...

Instant skin smoothing

January 2016. Croda has announced the launch of Prolevis, a new high molecular weight protein hydrolysate that is able to instantly smooth the skin, visibly reducing...

When living with lung disease, lifestyle modifications are some additional ways you can improve your breathing.

Stop smoking today. Breaking the habit is a definitive way to slow the advancement of lung disease. It is difficult, but making the decision to quit is...

Lung Institute Gives Back

26 Aug 2015 | Under Press | Posted by Maren Auxier | 0 Comments Lung Institute Creates Charity Board Tampa, FL (August 26, 2015) – Corporate philanthropy...

World Environment Day 2015

4 Jun 2015 | Under Lung Disease, Press | Posted by Maren Auxier | 2 Comments World Environment Day: June 5, 2015 World Environment Day (WED)...

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