ISSCR Opposes Health and Human Services Policy Restricting Fetal Tissue Research

ISSCR Opposes Health and Human Services Policy Restricting Fetal Tissue Research

ISSCR News – 5 June, 2019 – The International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR), the largest professional organization of stem cell researchers from around the world, opposes the new U.S. Health and Human Services policy to eliminate federal funding for fetal tissue research in the National Institutes of Health (NIH) intramural research program. This […]

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Federal court issues decision holding that US Stem Cell clinics and owner adulterated and misbranded stem cell products in violation of the law

FDA Press Release: June 04, 2019 – U.S. District Judge Ursula Ungaro of the Southern District of Florida granted the government’s motion for summary judgment against US Stem Cell Clinic LLC, of Weston, Florida, and US Stem Cell Inc., of Sunrise, Florida, and their Chief Scientific Officer Kristin Comella, Ph.D. The court held that the […]

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Plasma-Based Gel Delivery System Might Be the Key to Success in Treating Injured Kidneys

DURHAM, N.C. (PRWEB)May 30, 2019 – A study released today in STEM CELLS Translational Medicine is the first to demonstrate an efficient delivery system for the sustained release of human placental stem cell (HPSC)-derived conditioned medium (CM) to treat acute kidney injuries. The platelet-rich plasma-based gel system was able to deliver CM into the injured […]

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6th annual Regenerative Medicine Essentials Course Set for June

6th annual Regenerative Medicine Essentials Course Set for June

WINSTON-SALEM, NC – The sixth annual Regenerative Medicine Essentials Course will be held June 10 – 14 in downtown Winston-Salem. The course is made possible through the collaborative partnership between the Regenerative Medicine Foundation (RMF) and the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine (WFIRM). The Regenerative Medicine Essentials Course – the “official course” of the […]

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Human lifespan could soon pass 100 years thanks to medical tech, says Bank of America

Human lifespan could soon pass 100 years thanks to medical tech, says Bank of America

One of the biggest investment opportunities over the next decade will be in companies working to delay human death, a market expected to be worth at least $600 billion by 2025, according to Bank of America analysts. The analysts say companies such as Illumina and Alphabet are on the cusp of “bringing unprecedented increases to […]

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Chinese hospitals set to sell experimental cell therapies

Chinese hospitals set to sell experimental cell therapies

Under a draft proposal, patients would be able to buy some therapies without regulatory approval. By: David Cyranoski Select elite hospitals in China could soon be able to sell experimental therapies that engineer a patient’s own cells to treat diseases such as cancer — without approval from the nation’s drug regulator. The proposal comes three […]

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Dr. Anthony Atala Explains the Frontiers of Bioprinting for Regenerative Medicine at Wake Forest

Dr. Anthony Atala in the Regenerative medicine laboratories, Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine (WFIRM). by Vanesa Listek | 17 hours ago | 3D Printing, Bioprinting, Exclusive Interviews, Featured Stories, Medical 3D Printing |   Anthony Atala is a pediatric surgeon, urologist and directs the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine (WFIRM) in North Carolina. […]

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Multiple Regenerative Medicine Payloads Ready for Flight to the International Space Station U.S. National Laboratory

Multiple Regenerative Medicine Payloads Ready for Flight to the International Space Station U.S. National Laboratory

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER (FL), April 22, 2019 – The International Space Station (ISS) U.S. National Laboratory is finalizing more than a dozen payloads for launch to the orbiting laboratory aboard SpaceX’s Dragon spacecraft. Many of these payloads are aimed at improving human health on Earth, with several focused on drug development and screening. Research concepts […]

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