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Alzheimer’s Disease: Spotlight on Stem Cell Research – Rod Shankle

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Oct 03 2011

(Part 3 of 4) Rodman Shankle, MD spoke at the "Spotlight on Alzheimer's disease", an educational event presented at the CIRM Governing Board meeting on December 10, 2008. Shankle reviewed clinical data, which indicates that stem cells from the fat pad of the intestines have the capacity to repair damaged brain tissue found in Alzheimer's disease and other neurological disorders.

Professor waarschuwt tegen commerciële stamcelklinieken

Stem Cell Clinic | Posted by admin
Oct 03 2011

NETHERLANDS -- A quick scan of the internet using the search term "stem cell therapy" immediately delivers 17 million "hits". Stem cells have become a " hot" topic but how can patients and their families know whether stem cells can be used to treat their particular disease, now or in the future? What are the facts and what is (science) fiction

Cells of the Immune System

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Oct 03 2011

http://www.handwrittentutorials.com - This tutorial looks at the differentiation of the cells of the immune system. Beginning with the stem cell, the tutorials maps the differentiation of the cells to their functional state.

Arthritis: Spotlight on Stem Cell Research – Mark Genovese

Stem Cell Medical Center | Posted by admin
Oct 03 2011

(Part 2 of 5) Mark Genovese, MD, spoke at the "Spotlight on Arthritis," an educational event presented at the CIRM Governing Board meeting on January 30, 2009. Genovese defined the different types of arthritis and described current arthritis therapies as well as promising stem cell based therapeutic strategies.

Prof Ian MacKenzie on cancer stem cells part 3 of 3.avi

Stem Cell Doctors | Posted by admin
Oct 02 2011

Ian MacKenzie is Professor of Stem Cell Science at the Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry. This talk was given on the 8th of July 2011 as part of a research opportunities day oraganised by Saving Faces

Stem Cells-Iran-08-28-2011

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Oct 02 2011

http://www.presstv.com In this episode of Iran, Mahsa Mortazavi reports on the Stem Cell cord bank which is a modern method of curing diseases among the family members through stem cells.

Webinar 1, Stem cell therapy basics, what is available today?

Stem Cell Treatment | Posted by admin
Sep 30 2011

This video, is a webinar presentation with educational purposes, talks about the basics of stem cells and stem cells treatments.

Stem Cell Transplant Program

Stem Cell Doctors | Posted by admin
Sep 30 2011

Meet some of the patients, families, doctors and nurses of Akron Children's Hospital's Stem Cell Transplant Program. The program, which is part of the Showers Family Center for Childhood Cancer and Blood Disorders, provides both autologous and allogeneic stem cell transplants to help restore the healthy stem cells detroyed by chemotherapy or radiation.

Jackson Laboratory symposium: What’s vital for effective stem cell therapies?

Stem Cell Medicine | Posted by admin
Sep 30 2011

genetichealth.jax.org ... Rudolf Jaenisch, MD speaks at the 2009 Jackson Laboratory Symposium on Biomedical Science

Stem Cell Health Alliance – Breakthrough to Independence

Stem Cell Clinic | Posted by admin
Sep 30 2011

The Stem Cell Health Alliance - Breakthrough to Independence program is a clinical study that has been designed to advance the breakthroughs experienced in combining adult stem cell treatment with a comprehensive rehabilitation therapy protocol targeted at medical conditions related to spinal cord injury. The study is an eighteen month initiative in which two quadriplegic young adult participants -- Garrett Tanner and Terrence Cooper and two paraplegic young adults - Ashley Sisti and Jhoonar Barrera -- receive adult stem cell treatments along with comprehensive physical therapy designed to support them in gaining enough strength and mobility to establish greater independence and a significant increase in their quality of life.



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