New stem cell treatment hope for multiple sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis affects around 100,000 people in the UK each year. Today, a new NHS study appears to have found a way to halt the condition in its tracks. Currently suffers are treated with medication to improve physical problems and ease discomfort, but it does...

Quadriplegia: Stem cell research may aid recovery

Quadriplegia: A stem cell therapy has helped aid the recovery process says a quadriplegic man who underwent the experimental stem cell procedure. James Mason began 2013 living an ordinary life, little did he know that it would be a year that would change his life...
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TotiCyte™ – the next generation of cord blood processing technology The most important factors in determining a successful stem cell transplant are human leukocyte antigen (HLA) match and number of living (viable) cells available for treatment. HLA is the finger...

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