Page 11234..1020..»

Stem cell failure 'led to children's deaths' at Great Ormond Street

By LizaAVILA

preservation laboratory, where stem cells were kept for use in transplants in children whose bone marrow has been damaged during chemotherapy. Concerns were first raised when Sophie Ryan-Palmer, 12, who had acute lymphoblastic leukaemia, failed to make progress after her transplant in June 2013, which involved using a donors stem cells rather than her own



Source Link(s) Are Here

Stem cell failure 'led to children's deaths' at Great Ormond Street

To Read More: Stem cell failure 'led to children's deaths' at Great Ormond Street
categoriaBone Marrow Stem Cells commentoComments Off | dataNovember 23rd, 2014
Read All

Nail stem cells are more versatile

By daniellenierenberg

Skip to search. New User



Source Link(s) Are Here

Nail stem cells are more versatile

To Read More: Nail stem cells are more versatile
categoriaSkin Stem Cells commentoComments Off | dataNovember 23rd, 2014
Read All

Can stem cells in nails 'guide' other body parts to re-grow?

By JoanneRUSSELL25

Skip to search. New User? Register Sign In Help The new Firefox16 – Optimized for Yahoo Mail My Yahoo Yahoo Search Search Web



Source Link(s) Are Here

Can stem cells in nails 'guide' other body parts to re-grow?

To Read More: Can stem cells in nails 'guide' other body parts to re-grow?
categoriaSkin Stem Cells commentoComments Off | dataNovember 23rd, 2014
Read All

Stem Cell Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis

By JoanneRUSSELL25

Stem Cell Treatment For Arthritis Get Pet Bounce here http://tinyurl.com/ocrto6x Pet Bounce is an all-natural, plant-based homeopathic blend designed to help alleviate the symptoms your pet may be experiencing safely By: valeria nsijko Continue reading Source Link(s) Are Here Stem Cell Treatment For Arthritis – Video Stem Cell Therapy: Dr.



Source Link(s) Are Here

Stem Cell Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis

To Read More: Stem Cell Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis
categoriaPet Stem Cell Therapy commentoComments Off | dataNovember 23rd, 2014
Read All

Stem Cell Therapy: Dr. Roberta Shapiro – A NY Physician’s Path to Panama – Video

By raymumme




Stem Cell Therapy: Dr. Roberta Shapiro – A NY Physician's Path to Panama Special Guest Speaker, Roberta F. Shapiro DO, FAAPM R speaks about: A New York Doctor's Path to Panama at the Stem Cell Institute's Stem Cell Therapy Publi…

Source Link(s) Are Here

Stem Cell Therapy: Dr. Roberta Shapiro - A NY Physician's Path to Panama - Video

To Read More: Stem Cell Therapy: Dr. Roberta Shapiro – A NY Physician’s Path to Panama – Video
categoriaCell Therapy commentoComments Off | dataNovember 23rd, 2014
Read All

Brain injuries in mice treated using bone marrow stem cells, antioxidants

By Sykes24Tracey

Researchers of CEU Cardenal Herrera University (CEU-UCH) for the first time transplanted bone marrow stem cells into damaged brain tissue while applying lipoic acid (a potent antioxidant), with the aim of improving neuroregeneration in the tissue. This new way of repairing brain damage, which combines cellular treatment with drug therapy, has shown positive results, especially in forming blood vessels (a process called angiogenesis) in damaged areas of the brains of adult laboratory mice



Source Link(s) Are Here

Brain injuries in mice treated using bone marrow stem cells, antioxidants

To Read More: Brain injuries in mice treated using bone marrow stem cells, antioxidants
categoriaBone Marrow Stem Cells commentoComments Off | dataNovember 22nd, 2014
Read All

Great Ormond Street deaths caused by stem cell lab failures, inquest told

By NEVAGiles23

Katie Joyce, left, aged four, and Sophie Ryan Palmer, aged 12, were among the four children who died as a result of complications with transplants.



Source Link(s) Are Here

Great Ormond Street deaths caused by stem cell lab failures, inquest told

To Read More: Great Ormond Street deaths caused by stem cell lab failures, inquest told
categoriaBone Marrow Stem Cells commentoComments Off | dataNovember 22nd, 2014
Read All

Saint Mary's holds bone marrow drive

By LizaAVILA

The Saint Mary’s student club, SMC Stands up to Cancer, held a bone marrow registration drive Friday.



Source Link(s) Are Here

Saint Mary's holds bone marrow drive

To Read More: Saint Mary's holds bone marrow drive
categoriaBone Marrow Stem Cells commentoComments Off | dataNovember 22nd, 2014
Read All

Four children dead at Great Ormond Street after stem cell transplant failure

By JoanneRUSSELL25

Patients, aged one to 12, among eight children whose transplants failed Concerns arose in 2013 after operation on fundraiser Sophie Palmer, 12 Hospital says Katie Joyce, 4, could have been saved if quicker action taken Lawyers have also accused hospital of taking too long to stop transplants Ryan Loughran, 13 months, and Muhanna al-Hayany, 4, also died last year Doctors ‘regret’ not stopping sooner but decision seemed right at time Seventeen months on, investigations are still ongoing into exact cause By Steph Cockroft for MailOnline Published: 06:45 EST, 22 November 2014 | Updated: 08:49 EST, 22 November 2014 Four cancer-stricken children died at Great Ormond Street Hospital after a series of failures in stem cell transplants at the world-renowned hospital, an inquest has heard. The young patients, aged between one and 12, were among eight children whose transplants failed when the stem cell freezing system – used in life-saving operations – inexplicably stopped working



Source Link(s) Are Here

Four children dead at Great Ormond Street after stem cell transplant failure

To Read More: Four children dead at Great Ormond Street after stem cell transplant failure
categoriaBone Marrow Stem Cells commentoComments Off | dataNovember 22nd, 2014
Read All

Nail stem cells prove more versatile than press ons

By JoanneRUSSELL25

PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 20-Nov-2014 Contact: Cristy Lytal lytal@med.usc.edu 323-442-2172 University of Southern California – Health Sciences There are plenty of body parts that don’t grow back when you lose them. Nails are an exception, and a new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) reveals some of the reasons why. A team of USC Stem Cell researchers led by principal investigator Krzysztof Kobielak and co-first authors Yvonne Leung and Eve Kandyba has identified a new population of nail stem cells, which have the ability to either self-renew or undergo specialization or differentiation into multiple tissues.



Source Link(s) Are Here

Nail stem cells prove more versatile than press ons

To Read More: Nail stem cells prove more versatile than press ons
categoriaSkin Stem Cells commentoComments Off | dataNovember 22nd, 2014
Read All

Buddy the beagle can walk again – Video

By Sykes24Tracey




Buddy the beagle can walk again Buddy the beagle wasn't able to walk when he first arrived at the University of Minnesota Veterinary Medical Center. With the help of U of M veterinarians and staff, using stem-cell therapy,… By: UMN Veterinary Medical Center

Source Link(s) Are Here

Buddy the beagle can walk again - Video

To Read More: Buddy the beagle can walk again – Video
categoriaCell Therapy commentoComments Off | dataNovember 22nd, 2014
Read All

Kalorama: Stem Cell Therapies Hold Hope for Alzheimer's Treatments

By raymumme

NEW YORK, Nov. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Because Alzheimer's disease kills brain cells, some scientists believe that stem cells, which have the ability to regenerate brain and other similar cells, may one …



Source Link(s) Are Here

Kalorama: Stem Cell Therapies Hold Hope for Alzheimer's Treatments

To Read More: Kalorama: Stem Cell Therapies Hold Hope for Alzheimer's Treatments
categoriaCell Therapy commentoComments Off | dataNovember 22nd, 2014
Read All

Elite Emage Stem Cell Therapy – Video

By Sykes24Tracey




Elite Emage Stem Cell Therapy Elite Emage Stem Cell Therapy. By: Elite Emage

Source Link(s) Are Here

Elite Emage Stem Cell Therapy - Video

To Read More: Elite Emage Stem Cell Therapy – Video
categoriaCell Therapy commentoComments Off | dataNovember 22nd, 2014
Read All

Local clinic treats animals with stem cell therapy

By daniellenierenberg

AVON LAKE, OH (WOIO) – When Shannon Goulding’s bloodhound Butler tore a ligament in his knee his entire personality changed.



Source Link(s) Are Here

Local clinic treats animals with stem cell therapy

To Read More: Local clinic treats animals with stem cell therapy
categoriaCell Therapy commentoComments Off | dataNovember 22nd, 2014
Read All

University of Pennsylvania Doses First Patient in Phase IIa Clinical Trial Using CardioCells Stem Cell Therapy to …

By Sykes24Tracey

Home Mail News Sports Finance Weather Games Groups Answers Screen Flickr Mobile More Celebrity Movies Music TV Health Style Beauty Food Parenting DIY Tech Shopping Travel Autos Homes Sign In Mail Help Account Info Help Suggestions



Source Link(s) Are Here

University of Pennsylvania Doses First Patient in Phase IIa Clinical Trial Using CardioCells Stem Cell Therapy to ...

To Read More: University of Pennsylvania Doses First Patient in Phase IIa Clinical Trial Using CardioCells Stem Cell Therapy to …
categoriaBone Marrow Stem Cells commentoComments Off | dataNovember 20th, 2014
Read All

Health Beat: Stem cells to repair broken chromosomes

By JoanneRUSSELL25

CLEVELAND – Our bodies contain 23 pairs of them, 46 total, but if chromosomes are damaged, they can cause birth defects, disabilities, growth problems, even death. Case Western Reserve University scientist Anthony Wynshaw-Boris is studying how to repair damaged chromosomes with the help of a recent discovery. He’s taking skin cells and reprogramming them to work like embryonic stem cells, which can grow into different cell types



Source Link(s) Are Here

Health Beat: Stem cells to repair broken chromosomes

To Read More: Health Beat: Stem cells to repair broken chromosomes
categoriaSkin Stem Cells commentoComments Off | dataNovember 20th, 2014
Read All

Mount Sinai researchers awarded grant to find new stem cell therapies for vision recovery

By LizaAVILA

PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 20-Nov-2014 Contact: Jessica Mikulski jmikulski@nyee.edu 212-979-4274 The Mount Sinai Hospital / Mount Sinai School of Medicine @mountsinainyc The National Eye Institute (NEI), a division of the National Institutes of Health, has awarded researchers at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai a five-year grant totaling $1 million that will support an effort to re-create a patients’ ocular stem cells and restore vision in those blinded by corneal disease. About six million people worldwide have been blinded by burns, trauma, infection, genetic diseases, and chronic inflammation that result in corneal stem cell death and corneal scarring. There are currently no treatments for related vision loss that are effective over the long term.



Source Link(s) Are Here

Mount Sinai researchers awarded grant to find new stem cell therapies for vision recovery

To Read More: Mount Sinai researchers awarded grant to find new stem cell therapies for vision recovery
categoriaSkin Stem Cells commentoComments Off | dataNovember 20th, 2014
Read All

Fat and Bone Marrow-Derived Stem Cells Combo Shows Promise in Preventing Transplant Rejection

By raymumme

Durham, NC (PRWEB) November 20, 2014 With more soldiers returning from combat suffering devastating injuries, doctors are turning to a reconstructive surgery that uses tissue transplantation along with immuno-suppression therapy. This approach has had encouraging results; however, rejection of transplanted tissue from an unmatched donor remains a critical complication. A new study found in the latest issue of STEM CELLS Translational Medicine reports that researchers may have found a way around that



Source Link(s) Are Here

Fat and Bone Marrow-Derived Stem Cells Combo Shows Promise in Preventing Transplant Rejection

To Read More: Fat and Bone Marrow-Derived Stem Cells Combo Shows Promise in Preventing Transplant Rejection
categoriaSkin Stem Cells commentoComments Off | dataNovember 20th, 2014
Read All

Researchers Convert Skin Cells To Replace HD-Damaged Brain Cells

By JoanneRUSSELL25

By Estel Grace Masangkay A team of researchers at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis reported that they have discovered a way to directly convert human skin cells into a type of brain cell that has been damaged by Huntingtons disease. The team chose to produce a certain type of brain cell known as medium spiny neurons, which play a key part in controlling movement



Source Link(s) Are Here

Researchers Convert Skin Cells To Replace HD-Damaged Brain Cells

To Read More: Researchers Convert Skin Cells To Replace HD-Damaged Brain Cells
categoriaSkin Stem Cells commentoComments Off | dataNovember 20th, 2014
Read All

Mount Sinai Researchers Awarded $1 Million Grant to Find New Stem Cell Therapies for Vision Recovery

By raymumme

Contact Information Available for logged-in reporters only Newswise NEW YORK November 20, 2014 The National Eye Institute (NEI), a division of the National Institutes of Health, has awarded researchers at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai a five-year grant that will support an effort to re-create a patients ocular stem cells and restore vision in those blinded by corneal disease. About six million people worldwide have been blinded by burns, trauma, infection, genetic diseases, and chronic inflammation that result in corneal stem cell death and corneal scarring. There are currently no treatments for related vision loss that are effective over the long term



Source Link(s) Are Here

Mount Sinai Researchers Awarded $1 Million Grant to Find New Stem Cell Therapies for Vision Recovery

To Read More: Mount Sinai Researchers Awarded $1 Million Grant to Find New Stem Cell Therapies for Vision Recovery
categoriaSkin Stem Cells commentoComments Off | dataNovember 20th, 2014
Read All