Stem cells used in landmark therapy for failing sight – health – 17 September 2014 – New Scientist

A Japanese woman with macular degeneration is the first person to be treated with induced pluripotent stem cells, made from her own skin (Stem cell researchers, FYI.

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70-Year-Old Japanese Woman First Recipient of Next Generation Stem Cells | MUIPR Blog

A 70-Year-Old Japanese Woman 1st Recipient of Next Generation Retinal Stem Cell Therapy Made From Her Own Skin… http://t.co/rIrCaOnOod

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New technique generates stem cells at highly efficient rate

Scientists at the New York University Langone Medical Center have developed a new technique that uses three familiar compounds, including vitamin C, to generate adult stem cells into pluripotent stem cells at a dramatically more efficient…

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MS stem-cell breakthrough led by Italians – Gazzetta del Sud english

MS stem-cell breakthrough led by Italians Gazzetta del Sud english Boston, September 9 – Mesenchymal stem cell therapy to treat multiple sclerosis so far appears safe and without side effects, according to data released Tuesday and obtained through…

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