Iraqi child gets stem cell treatment in city – The Hindu


The Hindu

Iraqi child gets stem cell treatment in city
The Hindu
“As the heart does not have the capacity to heal by itself, stem cell therapy helps in the process. The treatment was successful and the child is now healthy and looking forward to going to school,” said CEO and chairman of the hospital K.M. Cherian ...
Chennai doctors give new lease of life to 7-year-old girl from IraqTimes of India


all 3 news articles »

Iraqi child gets stem cell treatment in city – The Hindu


The Hindu

Iraqi child gets stem cell treatment in city
The Hindu
“As the heart does not have the capacity to heal by itself, stem cell therapy helps in the process. The treatment was successful and the child is now healthy and looking forward to going to school,” said CEO and chairman of the hospital K.M. Cherian ...
Chennai doctors give new lease of life to 7-year-old girl from IraqTimes of India


all 3 news articles »

Iraqi child gets stem cell treatment in city – The Hindu


The Hindu

Iraqi child gets stem cell treatment in city
The Hindu
A seven-year-old girl from Iraq underwent stem cell treatment for a heart ailment at Frontier Lifeline Hospital, recently. The child, Nourl Al Zahara from Baghdad, is the only child of Salem, a botany teacher, and Raza, a lawyer. She was diagnosed with ...
Chennai doctors give new lease of life to 7-year-old girl from IraqTimes of India


all 2 news articles »

Beyond blood drives: Stem cell donors help fuel scientific discovery – Fred Hutch News Service


Fred Hutch News Service

Beyond blood drives: Stem cell donors help fuel scientific discovery
Fred Hutch News Service
Stem cells, the body's magicians, are undifferentiated cells that can develop into other types of cells – and divide without limit to replenish other cells and repair damage. Previously, they could be obtained only from bone marrow in a difficult and ...

Stem Cells Shape Up – Live Science


Bioscience Technology

Stem Cells Shape Up
Live Science
Each fluorescent point of light making up the multicolored rings in this image is an individual human embryonic cell in the early stages of development. These cells are the descendants of human embryonic stem (ES) cells, which have the potential to ...
World-First Embryonic Stem Cell Trial for the HeartBioscience Technology


all 3 news articles »

Stem cell technologies market expected to show annual increase of 16.2% over … – News-Medical.net


Stem cell technologies market expected to show annual increase of 16.2% over ...
News-Medical.net
Though therapies are in their nascent phase, sales of stem cell technologies are expected to show an annual increase of 16.2% over the 2010-2020 period, reaching an expected market value of nearly $1 billion, according to Kalorama Information's report, ...
Report: Stem Cell Technologies Market GrowingPR Newswire (press release)


all 2 news articles »

Stem cell technologies market expected to show annual increase of 16.2% over … – News-Medical.net


Stem cell technologies market expected to show annual increase of 16.2% over ...
News-Medical.net
Though therapies are in their nascent phase, sales of stem cell technologies are expected to show an annual increase of 16.2% over the 2010-2020 period, reaching an expected market value of nearly $1 billion, according to Kalorama Information's report, ...
Report: Stem Cell Technologies Market GrowingPR Newswire (press release)


all 2 news articles »

World-First Embryonic Stem Cell Trial for the Heart – Bioscience Technology


Bioscience Technology

World-First Embryonic Stem Cell Trial for the Heart
Bioscience Technology
The first embryonic stem (ES) cell trial for severe heart failure is launching now in Paris. The long-awaited trial comes after much preclinical cell work on more than 350 rats, 50 immunodeficient mice and 32 non-human primates. “After 20 years in the ...

Study of stem cell origins sheds new light – Medical News Today


Medical News Today

Study of stem cell origins sheds new light
Medical News Today
"Now we know Sox2 is the first indicator that a cell is pluripotent. In fact, Sox2 may be the pre-pluripotent gene. We show that Sox2 is detectable in just one or two cells of the embryo earlier than previously thought, and earlier than other known ...
Research Sheds Light on Source of Stem CellsLaboratory Equipment

Identifying the source of stem cellsEureka! Science News

all 5 news articles »

‘Yorkie and Scalloped’ – genes that prime stem cells for fighting infection – Medical News Today


Medical News Today

'Yorkie and Scalloped' - genes that prime stem cells for fighting infection
Medical News Today
"This study can further our shared understanding of how the microenvironment can regulate the differentiation and fate of a progenitor or stem cell," Dr. Ferguson says. In February of this year, researchers at the University of Chicago reported in the ...
UCLA scientists release immune system-related gene studyWestside Today


all 2 news articles »

Stem cell patent to reach Supreme Court – U-T San Diego


U-T San Diego

Stem cell patent to reach Supreme Court
U-T San Diego
Jeanne Loring, a stem cell scientist at The Scripps Research Institute, said the court will be asked Friday to overturn a lower court decision and allow the opponents to seek cancellation of the patent held by the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, ...
Consumer Watchdog, Public Patent Foundation Take Human Stem Cell Patent ...PR Newswire (press release)


all 2 news articles »

Stem cell therapy aims to help Nelson on road to recovery – Regina Leader-Post


Regina Leader-Post

Stem cell therapy aims to help Nelson on road to recovery
Regina Leader-Post
Nelson, 57, had back surgery Nov. 27, but awoke from the procedure paralyzed from the mid-chest down. A four-week regimen of stem cell therapy that he recently completed in Panama City has given Nelson a boost. "The evidence is there that the stem ...

and more »

UCLA gene discovery shows how stem cells can be activated – MyNewsLA.com


MyNewsLA.com

UCLA gene discovery shows how stem cells can be activated
MyNewsLA.com
A student sits on a hillside on the campus of UCLA . Photo by John Schreiber. UCLA scientists have shown that two genes not previously known to be involved with the immune system play a crucial role in how progenitor stem cells are activated to fight ...

and more »