Archive for February, 2013

Expanded Dietary Program Released to Complement Stem Cell 100 Nutraceutical; the Program Provides Stem Cell and …

Look younger, feel better with improved Stem Cell 100 TM and new dietary program.Lakewood, Colorado (PRWEB) February 28, 2013 A new dietary program has been released to improve the benefits of Stem Cell 100 Nutraceutical. It will be sent in ebook form to those that purchase the product at no extra cost during March, 2013. We applied 21st Century technology to create an effective nutraceutical …

Artificial blood from stem cells

Blood donations may become a thing of the past due to advances in stem cell technology, newspapers report. The Daily Telegraph says that a new way has been discovered of growing  “potentially unlimited supplies of blood in the lab”. Researchers in the …

Stem cell line could also advance research into liver cancers, cystic fibrosis

Chronic or acute, liver failure can be deadly. Toxins take over, the skin turns yellow and higher brain function slows. “There is no effective therapy at the moment to deal with the toxins that build up in your body,” said Neil Talbot, a …

Senate president foresees cures from stem cell center

Senate President Susan Wagle, R-Wichita, helped along a bill to establish an adult stem cell research center at The University of Kansas Medical Center, telling her colleagues Thursday that the project will lead to cures for disease.

Riken science institute seeks approval for human stem cell research

Japan’s government-backed Riken scientific research institute announced on Thursday that it was formerly applying for permission to conduct clinical research on regenerating human retinas using induced pluripotent stem cells (iPS cells).

New hearts from stem cells?

Heart donors may no longer be needed because of advances in stem cell techniques, according to a news story in The Independent. The story suggests scientists are closer to growing replacement organs in a lab after the development of a  man-made material …

‘Leftover’ stem cells may aid recovery

“Thousands of heart patients’ lives could be saved by a breakthrough in stem cell research,” the Daily Mirror reported. It said that researchers have extracted stem cells from leg veins, which were removed for heart bypass surgery, and grown them in …

Stem cells used to repair damaged joints

As Baby Boomers age, the number of joint replacements is going up. But even those from Generation X are now wearing out their joints, and replacements don’t last forever. Paul Lyon of Gig Harbor went to Colorado looking for a better solution.

Repairing the heart with stem cells

You can get instant online access to all of the articles from the March 2013 issue of Harvard Women’s Health Watch for only $5. Already a subscriber? Login for complete instant access. Could this experimental treatment reverse damage caused by a heart attack?

Stem cells used to repair knees, joint damage

As Baby Boomers age, the number of joint replacements is going up. But even those from Generation X are now wearing out their joints, and replacements don’t last forever. Paul Lyon of Gig Harbor went to Colorado looking for a better solution.