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Stem cell news Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells Hold Promise for Treating Eye Diseases Including Macular Dystrophy 27 August 2015

The researchers tested immune reactions to a variety of cell types derived from human induced pluripotent stem cellsand found out that retinal pigment epithelial cells were tolerated well.

Stem Cells Applied In a Spinal Cord Surgery to Treat a Paralyzed Man 23 July 2015

Following a ten-year research, surgeons from the Chinese Academy of Sciences have first implanted stem cell into a spinal column of a paralyzed patient during a spinal cord surgery.

Sight Successfully Restored after Stem Cell Treatment 19 October 2014

People with macular degeneration had their eyesight improved after the stem cell transplantation as research by scientists from Massachusetts company Advanced Cell Technology shows.

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Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells Hold Promise for Treating Eye Diseases Including Macular Dystrophy

27 August 2015

The researchers tested immune reactions to a variety of cell types derived from human induced pluripotent stem cellsand found out that retinal pigment epithelial cells were tolerated well.

Stem Cells Applied In a Spinal Cord Surgery to Treat a Paralyzed Man

23 July 2015

Following a ten-year research, surgeons from the Chinese Academy of Sciences have first implanted stem cell into a spinal column of a paralyzed patient during a spinal cord surgery.

Sight Successfully Restored after Stem Cell Treatment

19 October 2014

People with macular degeneration had their eyesight improved after the stem cell transplantation as research by scientists from Massachusetts company Advanced Cell Technology shows.

Stem Cell Transplants Can Become More Available Thanks to a New Molecule

11 October 2014

Researchers from the Institute for Research in Immunology and Cancer at the Université de Montréal have discovered a new molecule, the first of its kind, that helps multiply stem cells in a transplant of cord blood. T

Placenta Stem Cells Confirm Safety and Show Promise for Multiple Sclerosis Patients

29 September 2014

The first ever study of treating multiple sclerosis with stem cells derived from placenta showed no safety issues and stability or improvement in the patients' condition.

Stem cells turned into different parts of the body in the lab

13 April 2014

Scientists from North London hospital grow ears, noses, and blood vessels in the laboratory from stem cells.

New approach to stem cell banking: stem cells created from a single blood drop

23 March 2014

Scientists have found a method to produce induced pluripotent stem cells from a single drop of blood obtained by fingerprick. The method is even more attractive as it lets donors to collect blood samples on their own.

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