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...
Future Technologies

Future Technologies

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...
Cord Blood Awareness Month: Stem Cells and Cell Potency

Cord Blood Awareness Month: Stem Cells and Cell Potency

Continuing with our contribution to Cord Blood Awareness Month, this week we are raising awareness of stem cells and cell potency. Stem cells are the very building blocks of our bodies.  At the moment of conception, a stem cell is made, a master cell which creates the...

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