News

Cerebral Palsy: First Sibling Cord Blood Trial

Clinical trials have typically focused on autologous cord blood infusions – infusing a child’s own cord blood stem cells. Now, in the first study of its kind, a clinical trial at the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne is investigating the application of sibling cord blood stem cells in the treatment of cerebral palsy.

read more
Stem cells: First therapy approved by EU

Stem cells: First therapy approved by EU

A stem cell therapy has been approved for widespread medical use in the EU for the first time. Stem cells can become any type of tissue in the body and hold huge promise in medicine. The treatment - Holoclar - is used to treat a rare eye condition that can lead to...

read more
Look, no embryos! The future of ethical stem cells

Look, no embryos! The future of ethical stem cells

For years, ethical issues hampered progress in stem cell research. Now, experts believe that developments in reprogrammed 'iPS' cells will truly revolutionise the treatment of life-threatening illnesses. It is unclear at exactly what point the phrase "stem cell"...

read more
Stem cells being used to cure back pain

Stem cells being used to cure back pain

Most cases of back pain are caused by problems with disks - the cushions between bones of the spine. Most treatments are not very successful, but what if you could rejuvenate a disk with your own stem cells? Johna Lindell has had disk problems for several years. After...

read more

Recent Comments

    News Archive

    Categories

    Find out more, request your welcome pack today

     

    Title*

    Due Date

    Not pregnant

    By post?Yes

    Find out more, request your welcome pack today

     
     

    Title*

    Due Date

    Not pregnant

    By post?Yes

    Connect with us

    Get your FREE guide today...
    Provide your contact details to request information via email and contact from our specialist advisers.

    Title*

    Due Date

    Not pregnant

    Request pack by post

    Pin It on Pinterest