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Non-healing tissue from diabetic foot ulcers reprogrammed as pluripotent stem cells – Science Daily

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2016-06-28 NEWS

Non-healing tissue from diabetic foot ulcers reprogrammed as pluripotent stem cells
Science Daily
Unlike cells taken from healthy human skin, cells taken from wounds that don’t heal — like diabetic foot ulcers — are difficult to grow and do not restore normal tissue function,” said senior author on both studies, Jonathan Garlick, Ph.D., D.D.S

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2016-06-28 NEWS

Motley Fool

Forget Stem Cell Stocks: Here Are 3 Clinical-Stage Biotechs to Buy Instead
Motley Fool
It’s easy to understand the allure of investing in stem cell stocks. Stem cell research is a fascinating field that offers promise to help us treat a wide range of currently untreatable diseases, such as Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s diseases

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2016-06-27 NEWS

Bloomberg

Stem Cell Crusader Sparks New Hope for Fighting Diabetes, Heart Disease
Bloomberg
The Kyoto University professor had won a Nobel Prize for his work in stem cell biology, which has since sparked a torrent of investment into regenerative medicine in Japan, a fast-moving field the country’s pharmaceutical industry aims to dominate.
Stem cell hype and riskCBC.ca (blog)
Manufactured stem cells to advance clinical researchPharmacy Today, American Pharmacists Association, pharmacist.com

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2016-06-24 NEWS

Biotech Roundup: CRISPR’s 1st Trial, IPO Insiders, Zika & More
Xconomy
Slightly fewer people paid attention to another historic vote: An NIH panel approved plans for what could be the first-ever human clinical trial of CRISPR-Cas9, the gene editing system that has been taking the scientific world by storm over the past

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2016-06-07 NEWS

Medical Daily

Immunotherapy Treatment Increases Chances Of Survival For Advanced Stomach Cancer Patients
Medical Daily
Stomach cancer diagnoses can be devastating for a patient and their family. Not only is the condition painful and arduous, but survival rates can be relatively low, depending on the stage in which the cancer is discovered. However, a new experimental …
Autoimmune diseases among lung cancer patients may make them unsuitable for immunotherapyNews-Medical.net
Cancer sufferer riddled with 26 tumours is ‘effectively cured’ by radical new treatmentTelegraph.co.uk

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2016-06-02 NEWS

Daily Mail

Stroke patients to walk, talk and live a normal life after stem cell treatment
Daily Mail
Patients regained the ability to walk, speak and have a normal family life, thanks to a procedure requiring only local anaesthetic and a single night in hospital. Remarkably, the stem cell treatment was shown to work even three years after someone had …
Stanford researchers ‘stunned’ by stem cell experiment that helped stroke patient walkWashington Post
Stem cell brain injections let people walk again after strokeNew Scientist

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