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Mesenchymal stem cells may restore insulin production by pancreas in T1 DM: Clinical trial

USA: Type 1 diabetes may soon find its cure, freeing the patients from its complications that develop over time. Treatment for patients with type 1 diabetes is focused on monitoring blood sugar levels, but research suggests that specific types of stem cells could spur the pancreas to start producing insulin again....Continue Reading >>

P1 Stem cell breakthrough brings sweet news for diabetics

Vadodara: UK-based Suresh Vakhariya was heavy doses of insulin to control his blood sugar levels for the past 20 years. Vakhariya, a native of Bhuj, had also started suffering from weakening kidney and heart due to type-2 diabetes. But the 62-year-old NRI is off insulin and medications too for seven months now. The turnaround has come after he underwent stem cell therapy...Continue Reading >>

Stem cell transplant reverses disabling MS-like disease

A stem cell transplant reversed a debilitating neurological disease that causes half of the patients to go blind and lose the ability to walk five years after diagnosis. Most of the patients stayed better five years after the transplant and were able to avoid drug treatment that cost up to $500,000 yearly, reports a new study from Northwestern Medicine and Mayo Clinic....Continue Reading >>

Michael Schumacher health: F1 star conscious after stem cell treatment - what is this?

MICHAEL SCHUMACHER, 51, has undergone stem cell therapy since his ski accident almost six years ago and being placed into a medically induced coma. Reports have suggested he has gained consciousness due to the new aged therapy. What is stem cell treatment and could it save a life? Michael Schumacher, the former F1 motor ace, has been undergoing...Continue Reading >>

Michael Schumacher 'in Paris hospital for stem cell therapy'

The stricken seven-time Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher is in Paris’ Georges-Pompidou hospital for cell therapy surgery, according to French daily Le Parisien. The Paris hospitals department, contacted by AFP, refused to confirm or deny the news citing medical privacy laws. But according to Le Parisien, the 50-year-old German is in the cardiovascular...Continue Reading >>

New therapy for spinal cord injuries gets fast-tracked

Treatment using stem cell regenerative medicine to restore damaged nerve connections in patients with spinal cord injuries, whose only course of treatment is rehabilitation, may be available by year-end. The medicine will be the first tissue-engineered medical product...Continue Reading >>

Tailor-made kidneys from stem cells provide new insights into kidney disease

Stem cells are at the forefront of one of the most fascinating and revolutionary areas of medicine today, having the potential to treat wide range of diseases. Excitement over the stem cells comes from their remarkable ability to become virtually any of the body’s cell type...Continue Reading >>

RYBACK Says His Back Is Now 100% After Stem Cell Treatment

The pro wrestling landscape is about to get much more interesting and a lot of stars could have breakthrough years. One person who is obviously counting on having a great year is Ryback.. The Big Guy recently had stem cell treatment and it has helped him in a big way. In fact, he recently revealed that he is now 100% and his back issues...Continue Reading >>

Selma Blair tries breakthrough stem cell treatment for MS

Actress Selma Blair is undergoing a treatment to reboot her immune system as she continues her battle with multiple sclerosis (MS). Blair is taking her Instagram followers along with her as she undergoes hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT), a treatment that has long been used to treat cancers of the blood and bone marrow....Continue Reading >>

Damaged hearts could soon be mended with stem cell cocktail

Damaged hearts could soon be repaired with an injection of stem cells after British scientists showed vast improvements to tissue. In Britain there are nearly one million people are living with heart failure, where the heart is too damaged to pump sufficient blood around the body, leading to shortness of breath, weakness and often death....Continue Reading >>

New stem cell combination could help to repair damaged hearts

A combination of heart cells derived from human stem cells could be the answer to developing a desperately-needed treatment for heart failure, according to new research part-funded by the British Heart Foundation (BHF) and published in Nature Biotechnology. Researchers have found that, by transplanting an area of damaged tissue with a combination of both heart muscle cells and supportive cells...Continue Reading >>