Tag Archives: Regenerative medicine

Bioheart in Partnership With NorthStar on Physician Training in Stem Cell Techniques

Bioheart Inc previously announced that it is working with NorthStar Biotech to help promote regenerative medicine. NorthStar has announced that it will subsidize physicians to participate in the Ageless Regenerative Institute stem cell training program. The fully accredited CME training program includes a didactic lecture series followed by hands-on clinical training for physicians to learn to isolate stem cells for immediate use in their patients. The Ageless Regenerative Institute has successfully trained over 200 physicians and these physicians are utilizing both adipose and bone marrow derived stem cells as well as platelet rich plasma for orthopedics, aesthetics and other
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Professor Martin Elliott on Ciaran Finn-Lynch’s return home

“The tracheal team at Great Ormond Street Hospital is delighted that Ciaran is going home after his tracheal transplant. He is a wonderful boy who has become a great friend to us all, and he and his infinitely patient family have charmed us all. Ciaran has become our local iPad expert, and we will miss his advice. His recovery has been complicated, as one might expect for a new procedure, and we have kept him under close surveillance, hence the length of time he has been here. It is wonderful to see him
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Stem cell research aids understanding of cancer

An international team of researchers led by renowned stem cell scientist Professor Martin Pera has discovered a novel marker that plays an important role in our understanding of how cancer develops in the liver, pancreas and oesophagus.

The study, published in the journal Stem Cell, adds to our understanding of the role of stem and next stage progenitor cells in tissue regeneration and in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer.

While stem cells are known to reside in organs such as the liver and pancreas, they are difficult to isolate. The new findings show that an antibody developed by the team
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Stem cells to repair teeth

A Harvard-led team is the first to demonstrate the ability to use low-power light to trigger stem cells inside the body to regenerate tissue, an advance they reported in Science Translational Medicine. The research, led by David J. Mooney, Robert P. Pinkas Family Professor of Bioengineering at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS), lays the foundation for a host of clinical applications in restorative dentistry and regenerative medicine more broadly, such as wound healing, bone regeneration, and more.

The team used a low-power laser to trigger human dental stem cells to form dentin, the hard tissue that
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Development in Cuba stem cell treatments

It expects a satisfactory outcome of the 3700 patients who were treated with stem cells until December of 2011, as part of the studies conducted in Cuba on this therapy.

The effects are similar to those from developed countries to avoid most major amputations sick, the newspaper Granma said Porfirio Hernandez, coordinator of the National Group for Regenerative Medicine, Ministry of Public Health.

But he said that the procedure is still in clinical trials with strict selection criteria, although such services are provided in 10 of the 15 provinces of the Caribbean country.

Six of 10 patients treated with the procedure had
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