Telegraph.co.ukNew stem cell treatment 'freezes' multiple sclerosisTelegraph.co.ukA multiple sclerosis treatment which "resets" the immune system has been found to "freeze" progression of the disease in nearly half of patients, according to scientists. A study led by Imperial College London found that 46% of patients who underwe […]
Post-BulletinMayo doc's stem cell experiment blasts into spacePost-BulletinThe stem cells -- specialized cells derived from bone marrow — come from Dr. Zubair's lab. Dr. Zubair, according to a report from the Mayo Clinic, specializes in cellular treatments for disease and regenerative medicine. He hopes to find out how the ...and more »
The GuardianCancer charity welcomes NHS u-turn on second stem cell ...The GuardianCancer campaigners have welcomed an NHS announcement that money may soon be available for a potentially lifesaving treatment it had previously refused to ...Jeremy Hunt urged to intervene after NHS bar stem cell funding for ...Mirror.co.ukOnMedica - News - NHS 'confident […]
UPI.comStem cell transplants may help some with multiple sclerosisUPI.comMONDAY, Feb. 20, 2017 -- Stem cell transplants may halt the progression of aggressive multiple sclerosis (MS) in nearly half of those with the debilitating disease, but picking the right patients for the treatment is key, a new study suggests ...and more »
The Press, YorkNew start for stem cell heart op man, GordonThe Press, YorkBut his life has now been transformed as he has become the first patient in Europe to undergo stem cell treatment to regenerate part of his heart muscle through the new Compassionate Treatment Programme at St Bartholomew's Hospital in London.