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Stem cells for treatment of ALS at Mayo Clinic Researchers in the Center for Regenerative Medicine are studying the use of intraspinal deliver of mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) to the cerebral spinal fluid… By: Mayo Clinic
Contact Information Available for logged-in reporters only Newswise March 7, 2014, Phoenix, AZ — Stem cell transplant was viable and effective in halting or reversing degenerative disc disease of the spine, a meta-analysis of animal studies showed, in a development expected to open up research in humans. Recent developments in stem cell research have made it possible to assess its effect on intervertebral disc (IVD) height, Mayo Clinic researchers reported in a scientific poster today at the 30th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Pain Medicine.
stem cell therapy treatment for Spastic Paraplegia by dr alok sharma, mumbai, india improvement seen in just 5 days after stem cell therapy treatment for Spastic Paraplegia by dr alok sharma, mumbai, india. Stem Cell Therapy done date 7/1/20… By: Neurogen Brain and Spine Institute
21.Spinal Cord Injury(T5-6) Treated by Stem Cell Therapy(Before) Patient with T5-6 spinal cord injury: condition before treatment Before treatment, sensation remains only above the waist. Sweating remains only in the upper… By: Cells Center China
21.Spinal Cord Injury(T5-6) Treated by Stem Cell Therapy(After) After treatment: The patient received four times of stem cell treatment in our center. His overall condition improved a lot after the treatment
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Celltex Therapeutics of Houston ceased treatment patients in the U.S. last year after a warning from regulators, and will now send patients for treatments to Mexico Flickr/GE Healthcare US citizens who had pinned their hopes on a company being able to offer stem-cell treatments close to home will now need to travel a little farther. Celltex Therapeutics of Houston, Texas, stopped treating patients in the United States last year following a warning from regulators.