Healing Spinal Injuries with Lab-Grown Neural Stem Cells

Posted by Douglas W. Stoddard MD, M Sp Med, Dip Sport Med, ES on 17 September 2018
Healing Spinal Injuries with Lab-Grown Neural Stem Cells
A University of California San Diego study has used lab-grown neural stem cells to treat spinal cord injuries in rats for the first time ever. Created from embryonic human pluripotent stem cells (hPSCs) in vitro, the researchers say their revol...
Posted in: Treatment Options Stem Cell Research  

Debunking Myths about Stem Cells

Posted by Douglas W. Stoddard MD, M Sp Med, Dip Sport Med, ES on 10 September 2018
Debunking Myths about Stem Cells
Stem cell research is one of the fastest growing fields of medical science, however, it's still held back by a number of ungrounded myths about stem cells. Most stem cell research controversy stems from these false stem cell myths. Don'...
Posted in: Stem Cell Research  

What's the Difference Between Regenerative Medicine and Tissue Engineering?

Posted by Douglas W. Stoddard MD, M Sp Med, Dip Sport Med, ES on 5 September 2018
What's the Difference Between Regenerative Medicine and Tissue Engineering?
Many people believe regenerative medicine and tissue engineering are just different words for the same thing: replacing dead or damaged tissue with biologically engineered replacements. While the two methods share the same goal, they use fundam...
Posted in: Treatment Options  

The Protein That Can Unlock the Secrets of IPSCs

Posted by Douglas W. Stoddard MD, M Sp Med, Dip Sport Med, ES on 27 August 2018
The Protein That Can Unlock the Secrets of IPSCs
Since 2006, the cornerstone of many stem cell studies have been induced pluripotent stem cells, or IPSCs. Pluripotent stem cells are essentially immature cells that can differentiate into many different types of cells. Pluripotent stem cell...
Posted in: Stem Cell Research  

PRP (Pee R Pee?): The Power of Urine Derived Stem Cells

Posted by Douglas W. Stoddard MD, M Sp Med, Dip Sport Med, ES on 20 August 2018
PRP (Pee R Pee?): The Power of Urine Derived Stem Cells
In 2006, scientists discovered that it was possible to isolate stem cells found within urine and use them to differentiate into different types of autologous cells. When you put aside your natural revulsion, you can see that these types of stem...
Posted in: Stem Cell Research  
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