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Researchers are recruiting autistic children for a study that will test whether injecting stem cells banked from their umbilical cords can lessen symptoms and provide insights into the nature of the disorder.

8/15/2012 - Green light for next stage of stem cell stroke trial

The world’s first clinical safety trial of a human neural stem cell therapy for stroke patients has been given the go-ahead to progress to its next stage.

8/13/2012 - Stem cells prevent post-injury arthritis, scientists claim

Researchers at Duke have discovered a stem cell therapy which they claim can prevent a form of osteoarthritis after joint injury.

8/10/2012 - HEART PATIENTS: Can liposuction help you live longer?

TUCSON, Ariz., Aug. 9, 2012 — Doctors at the University of Oklahoma reported the first successful procedure for growing new blood vessels from adipose, or ‘fat derived,’ stem cells. These newly formed blood vessels can be used in heart bypass surgery and other complicated procedures requiring healthy vessels, according to the researchers, who presented their findings at the American Heart Association’s 2012 Scientific Sessions.

8/9/2012 - Ultra-Safe Stem Cells are kept from dying heart patients

Ultra-Safe Stem Cells are kept from dying heart patients,
so that dangerous, useless, hugely profitable "treatments"
keep the billions rolling in.

8/6/2012 - Why Chemotherapy often fails

UK & US Researchers agree:
Why Chemotherapy often fails

7/31/2012 - Stem cell therapy could offer new hope for defects and injuries to head, mouth

ANN ARBOR, Mich.—In the first human study of its kind, researchers found that using stem cells to re-grow craniofacial tissues—mainly bone—proved quicker, more effective and less invasive than traditional bone regeneration treatments.

7/31/2012 - Two Men HIV-Free After New Adult Stem Cell Breakthrough

Adult stem cells are responsible for another incredible scientific breakthrough.

7/31/2012 - Are Science Journalists Biased?

I have noticed that “science journalists” are among the most biased “reporters” writing in the media today.  Certainly on the stem cell controversy, they joined–no led–the hysterical hype over embryonic stem cells and stifled adult stem cell good news, either by not reporting it–such as a study in which patients paralyzed with spinal cord injury regained feeling!–or by burying the story with faint reportage.


(Reuters) - The U.S. Senate on Thursday showed near-unanimous support for a bill that helps fund the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, a regulatory powerhouse with sweeping influence over the foods Americans eat and the medicines they take.

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