Stem Cell Blog

The uses of umbilical cord stem cells are rapidly increasing. Ten years ago, cord blood could treat about 40 conditions but today, that number is now over 80. As we look forward to new therapies for diseases and disorders like diabetes, autism and stroke, you can keep up to date with the latest developments in regenerative medicine on our stem cell blog.

Stem Cell Blog

The uses of umbilical cord stem cells are rapidly increasing. Ten years ago, cord blood could treat about 40 conditions but today, that number is now over 80. As we look forward to new therapies for diseases and disorders like diabetes, autism and stroke, you can keep up to date with the latest developments in regenerative medicine on our stem cell blog.

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Second HIV patient cured with stem cell treatment

Second HIV patient cured with stem cell treatment

In an exciting new development within the stem cell field, a man from London has become the second patient in the world to be cured of HIV following a stem cell treatment. Alongside being diagnosed with HIV in 2003, Adam Castillejo was also later diagnosed with...

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The Race for a Cure: an oral COVID-19 vaccine

The Race for a Cure: an oral COVID-19 vaccine

Last week, Cells4Life's sister company, Stabilitech, featured on ITV's Tonight programme "The Race for a Cure: Making Britain Safer". This episode looks at making a COVID-19 vaccine. You can watch the full interview by watching the video below. Request a Welcome Pack...

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“How cord tissue changed my son’s life”

“How cord tissue changed my son’s life”

A 5-year-old boy with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) has made significant progress after receiving stem cell therapy using umbilical cord tissue. Gage was diagnosed with ASD at just two years old after there were some indications that there may be a problem –...

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