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Stem Cell Transplant May Counter Aggressive MS

Reports have come out on long-term studies for stem cell transplants that help fight more aggressive – or rapidly progressing – multiple sclerosis. The treatment is called hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT), consists of removing the patient’s immune and other blood cells, then replacing them with new bone marrow stem cells from the same patient. [...]

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Stem Cell Research Could Improve Life For Type 1 Diabetics

While stem cell research has been a hotbed of controversy for conditions and diseases like cerebral palsy, Parkinson’s, cancer, Alzheimer’s, heart disease, spinal chord injuries and some even think it could be an anti-aging serum, but stem cell research has been a leading potential answer for Type 1 diabetics for over a decade. There are [...]

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