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Researchers have used stem cell technology to produce large quantities of cultured cells that can attack and kill cancer and viral infections. These can potentially be injected back into the patient’s body to support exhausted immune systems against …
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THURSDAY, Jan. 3 (HealthDay News) — Stem cell technology may one day give new life to tired immune cells so they can battle diseases such as HIV and …

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An immune system “kill switch” that destroys blood stem cells when the body is under severe stress could have implications for protecting the blood system during chemotherapy and sepsis. In cases of sepsis or cancer patients who contract an infection …
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The study, sponsored by the Defence Research Development Organisation (DRDO), PGIMER used stem cells to treat a group of patients having Type II diabetes or metabolic disorder that is characterised by high blood glucose while another set of patients …
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Many patients end up needing transplants. There is hope on the horizon. Adding stem cells may make life after transplant a lot better. Kidney disease took quite …
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In a breakthrough that signifies a move toward a cure for type 1 diabetes, researchers in Australia have identified stem cells in the pancreas that can be turned into insulin-producing cells. The finding promises to bring closer the day when people …
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Peripheral blood stem cell and bone marrow transplantation from unrelated donors produced similar survival outcomes in a cohort of more than 500 patients, according to results of a phase 3 study. Previous research has indicated that transplantation of …
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Stem cells are not specialised, propagate without limit and can develop to different cell types. From these the different cell and tissue types of the human organism, including the allergy-promoting eosinophil granulocytes, are differentiated …
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Stem cells in the adult pancreas have been identified that can be turned into insulin producing cells, a finding that means people with type 1 diabetes might one day be able to regenerate their own insulin-producing cells. The discovery was made by …
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“Increasing evidence supports the idea that cancerous tumors have a population of stem cells, also called cancer-initiating cells, that continually regenerate and fuel cancer growth," explains Morris, senior author of the study and professor at the UC …
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