Stem Cell Treatment

Stem Cell Treatment - most related articles:

- Stem cell therapy may prove valuable in paralysis - 8.3
- 2 types of stem cells are similar - 7.4
- US Stem Cell Bank has received all 21 cell lines - 6.8
- BIO welcomes advances in stem cell research - 6.6
- Graying hairs are signs of stress - 6.5
- US cancer group AACR supports NIH stem cell research - 6.3
- Stem cells may rescue vision in AMD patients - 6.2
- US can continue to fund embryonic stem cell research - 6.2
- Controlled development of stem cells may lead to new stem cell therapies - 6
- Breast stem cell fate is regulated by notch - 5.8

Stem Cell Treatment articles

Neural stem cell transplant may cure diabetes
Researchers in Japan have discovered how a patient's neural stem cells could be used as an alternative source of the beta cells needed for a regenerative treatment for diabetes.

Unproven stem cell therapies marketed on Internet
Leading stem cell researchers from institutions around the world are issuing warnings about unproven stem cell therapies being marketed on the Internet and have launched a website to educate and protect patients seeking such treatments.

Sulforaphane in broccoli may limit breast cancer cells
A compound derived from broccoli could help prevent or treat breast cancer by targeting cancer stem cells -- the small number of cells that fuel a tumor's growth -- according to a new study from researchers at the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center.

New stem cell technology for complicated bone fractures
Researchers have developed a new way of using stem cells to provide better and rapid healing for patients suffering from complicated bone fractures.

New iPS therapy pioneered for heart attacks
Induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells can be used to treat heart disease, revealed by researchers at Mayo Clinic, USA. iPS cells are stem cells converted from adult cells.

Multiple sclerosis treatment from fat stem cells
A preliminary study on the use of stem cells obtained from a patient's own adipose tissue in the treatment of multiple sclerosis (MS) has shown promising results.

Stem cells may help stroke patients
Effective stem cell treatment for strokes has taken a significant step forward today as scientists reveal how they have replaced stroke-damaged brain tissue in rats.

International Society for Stem Cell Research releases new guidelines
The International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR), the world's leading professional organization of stem cell researchers, released new guidelines for the responsible development of safe and effective stem cell therapies for patients.

Stem cell therapy may prove valuable in paralysis
An amazing recovery noticed in an Australian Perry Cross who is quadriplegic, after regular injections of embryonic stem cells. Perry Cross was a rugby player and he got the paralysis of all his limbs in 1994 when he was 19 years old. Since then he was on ventilator to breath.

Pancreatic stem cells may cure diabetes
Just as many scientists had given up the search, researchers have discovered that the pancreas does indeed harbor stem cells with the capacity to generate new insulin-producing beta cells. If the finding made in adult mice holds for humans, the newfound progenitor cells will represent "an obvious target for therapeutic regeneration of beta cells in diabetes," the researchers report in the Jan. 25 issue of Cell, a publication of Cell Press.

Lhx2 creator gene for brain tissue repair
University of California, Irvine researchers have identified a gene that is specifically responsible for generating the cerebral cortex, a finding that could lead to stem cell therapies to treat brain injuries and diseases such as stroke and Alzheimer's.

Cancer stem cells causing childhood leukemia found
A breakthrough study of identical twins has for the first time confirmed the existence of cancer stem cells that cause the most common form of childhood cancer, acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL) ? backing evidence that this childhood cancer starts in the womb. The research should lead to less aggressive treatment for childhood ALL and provides the hope of new, more effective drugs.

12 Stem Cell Treatment articles listed above.


Mission
Health Newstrack is dedicated to serve recent and updated health & medical research, events/news, views/reviews to its subscribers and free access to general public, health & medical professionals, and other health seekers worldwide online with a user-friendly system. Track health news daily at Health Newstrack.
Subscribe: rss | email

Top sections:
Health (188)
Breast cancer (168)
Healthcare (134)
HIV (130)
Obesity (126)
Pregnancy (115)
Diabetes (102)
Swine Flu (97)
Prostate Cancer (86)
Heart disease (85)
Smoking (81)
Alzheimer's Disease (79)
Cancer (75)
Depression (61)
Autism (52)


List health news, Health organizations, Health news world, Glossary     Go to top

The information provided on Health Newstrack is designed to support, not replace, the relationship that exists between a patient/site visitor and his/her physician. We comply with the HONcode principles for trustworthy health information, and Health News Track is hon code accredited, verify here.
About us, Site map Privacy policy, Disclaimer
© 2015 HealthNewstrack.com
Health Newstrack - Track Health News Daily at HealthNewstrack.com. Our Newstrack on Health News provides latest health news, medical news, and health articles with recent health & medical updates.
0.19