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"A team of scientists has found that grafting human parthenogenetic stem cell-derived neural stem cells (hpNSCs) into non-human primates modeled with Parkinson’s disease promoted behavioral recovery, increased dopamine concentrations in the brain, and induced the expression of beneficial genes and pathways when compared to control animals not transplanted with stem cells.", www.sci-news.com
"'Cancer Stem Cell (CSC) Therapy Industry Trends - Absolute Report'With the introduction of Cancer Stem Cell (CSC) Therapy and Treatment, the chances of survival of cancer patients have increased significantly since Nano medicines succeed to stop multiple production of Cancer Stem Cell in tumor region and eventually kill them. CSCs are thought to be the basis for tumour initiation, development, metastasis and recurrence. Hence, the elimination of CSCs is crucial in treating cancer diseases, which is involved in Cancer Stem Cell (CSC) Therapy process.", www.digitaljournal.com
"New approach would use antibodies rather than radiation and chemotherapy | Harvard Stem Cell Institute scientists have taken the first steps toward developing a treatment that would make bone marrow-blood stem cell transplantation safer.", news.harvard.edu
"Bone marrow transplantation is the only curative therapy for the millions of people living with blood disorders like sickle cell anemia, thalassemia, and AIDS. However, the faulty stem cells must first be 'evicted' or killed, which requires chemotherapy and radiation -- a vicious assault on the body. Now researchers have developed a non-toxic transplantation procedure using antibodies to target blood stem cells in mice, an approach they hope will make bone marrow transplants far less toxic.", www.sciencedaily.com
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