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Studies have shown that the fat-derived stem cell therapy has been startlingly successful in the treatment of osteoarthritis in pets and it is now being used on humans. Doctors treat the joint and tendon disease by injecting the stem cells into the …

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MANILA, Philippines – Stem cell therapy, aside from being a potential cure for a wide range of illnesses, can also make a patient look and feel younger, a stem cell therapist said.
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A drug commonly used to control Type 2 diabetes can help trigger stem cells to produce new brain cells,
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The diabetes medication was intended to target a specific pathway in liver cells. In the new study, researchers found that the drug activated that same pathway in brain cells, prompting new cell growth, said study researcher Freda Miller, a stem cell …
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Earlier work by Miller’s team highlighted a pathway known as PKC-CBP for its essential role in telling neural (brain related) stem cells where and when to differentiate into mature neurons (brain cells). As it happened, others had found before them …
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“If you could take stem cells that normally reside in our brains and somehow use drugs to recruit them into becoming appropriate neural cell types, then you may be able to promote repair and recovery in at least some of the many brain disorders and …
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Studying the stem cells of people with Parkinson’s disease can help point to better treatments, according to a new government-funded study. Parkinson’s results in tremors and changes in speech, among other symptoms, and cannot be cured.
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TORONTO — A drug commonly used to control Type 2 diabetes can help trigger stem cells to produce new brain cells, providing hope of a potential means to treat brain injuries and even neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s, researchers say. A …
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A year ago, Kaden Strek couldn’t see most colors. Now, a year after receiving eight cord blood stem cell infusions in China, Kaden can see not only primary colors but pastels. And his family believes stem cells made all the difference.
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In a new study, researchers have successfully reversed diabetes in mice using stem cells, thereby paving the way for a breakthrough treatment for a disease that affects millions worldwide.
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