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Cell Surgical Network Wins Case

Judge Jesus Bernal ruled in federal court in California’s Central District against the FDA’s argument that a group of stem cell clinics called the Cell Surgical Network, led by Mark Berman and Elliot Lander, were selling unapproved drug products in the form of adipose or fat cell mixtures. See the ruling here.

Comparative genomics of mortal and immortal cnidarians unveils novel keys behind rejuvenation

While aging affects most living organisms, the hydrozoan Turritopsis dohrniiis the only species able to rejuvenate repeatedly after sexual reproduction, becoming biologically immortal. Setting the whole-genome of this metazoan is indispensable to study in depth mechanisms responsible for its immortal phenotype. Here, we report the genome assembly of T. dohrniiand its congeneric species Turritopsis rubra, …

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The Emerging Field of Regenerative Medicine

“The Emerging Field of Regenerative Medicine” Featuring Dr. Ian White Regenerative Medicine is the fastest growing and most dynamic field to evolve out of the contemporary allopathic method of medicine. The current trajectory of medical evolution is unprecedented in our history and regenerative medicine is the driving influence guiding our advancements. But what is regenerative …

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Opinion: American Medical Society for Sports Medicine Position

Statement Principles for Responsible Use of Regenerative Medicine in Sports Medicine November 10, 2021 This recently published position statement by the AMSSM summarily articulates the opportunities, risks and considerations for inclusion of orthobiologics into a modern sports medicine practice. What leaps out at us, having been privy to the slow, at times chaotic, but seemingly inevitable …

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New Cell Type Discovered Deep in Human Lungs – With Regenerative Properties

Findings shine light on underpinnings of COPD, pave new direction for future research on treatments. April 10, 2022 A new type of cell that resides deep within human lungs and may play a key role in human lung diseases has been discovered by researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. …

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Hospital for Special Study Looks at Healing and Outcomes for Rotator Cuff Surgery

Study Underway to See if Stem Cells Derived from Fat Tissue Can Enhance Healing and Outcomes in Rotator Cuff Surgery March 28, 2022 Researchers at Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) have launched a study to see if injecting a type of stem cell derived from a patient’s own fat tissue could improve healing and shoulder …

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Asia’s Cord Blood Story

Parents Guide to Cord Blood Foundation Asia’s Parents January 2019 During the pregnancy with Asia, a friend of ours told us about cord blood banking. We were fascinated with the idea of storing our baby’s newborn stem cells, and we got in contact with Smart Cells International in Italy. They provided us with detailed information …

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The Granddaughter Donated Newborn Stem Cells to her Grandfather after a Stroke

Parents Guide to Cord Blood Foundation Rodinná Banka Perinatálních a Mesenchymálních Buněk January 2021 The 60-year-old father of Lucie Pínová suffered a serious stroke in September 2018. According to the World Stroke Organization, 1 in 4 adults over the age of 25 will have a stroke in their lifetime. This year, 13.7 million people worldwide …

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