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Washington University Conducts Trial to Assess Breakthrough Stem Cell Production Technology

The FDA has given the green light to a first-ever clinical trial to assess the ApoGraft technology for haploidentical bone marrow transplantations to be conducted at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. Sponsor is Cellect Biotechnology Ltd., (NASDAQ:...

Cellular Therapy Research Trials Should Consider Centers with FACT Accreditation

Cell therapy (part of regenerative medicine) continues to attract attention as biopharmaceutical sponsors invest heavily in cell-therapy-driven pipelines, invest in manufacturing capacity and war for talent. Just in the first half of 2019, cell-based ventures raised...

University Hospital of Wales Ian Wilson to Lead Advanced Cell Therapy Trial for Chronic-Limb-Threatening Ischemia Patients

The University Hospital of Wales is the first UK trial site for the treatment of diabetic patients with chronic limb-threatening ischemia (CLI) using a novel patient-specific regenerative therapy. The site is recruiting patients for the study that is evaluating...

Breakthrough Development from Stem Cell Clinical Trial at Mayo Clinic: Surfer with Debilitating Spinal Cord Injury Walking Again

Chris Barr met the ultimate life-changing tragedy when he was involved with a surfing accident permanently damaging his spinal cord. He thought he would never walk again—the “prognosis was bad,” noted Barr in a recent ABC Good Morning America interview. Things felt so...

Ukraine’s Institute of Cell Therapy Presents Stem Cell Clinical Trials Results with Partner Institutions & Soccer Star

A Ukrainian national football hero and trainer of the national team, Andriy Shevchenko, will participate in an upcoming Institute for Cell Therapy-sponsored event discussing stem cell therapy-based clinical trial results in the Ukraine. In partnership with the...

Thorold Theunissen and Jonathan Brestoff Receive High-Risk, High-Reward Research Awards from the National Institutes of Health (NIH)

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) High-Risk, High-Reward Research awards support scientists showing exceptional creativity and pursuing innovative research programs with the potential to have a wide impact in biomedical, behavioral and social sciences. Because...

UW-Madison Originated Regenerative Skin Tissue Product for Burn Wounds Performs Well in Phase III Clinical Trial

Madison, WI-based Stratatech (part of UK-based Mallinckrodt) completed a study demonstrating burn wounds treated in the clinical trial mostly healed well and rarely required patient skin grafts in findings that will lead to an application for Food and Drug...

The SMART Clinic of Utah Treats Degenerative Disc Disease Patients with Investigational Stem Cell Treatment to Reduce Pain & Restore Function

The SMART Clinic in Utah is the research site of an innovative new regenerative, stem-cell-based therapy to alleviate pain and restore functions in patients with degenerative diseases of the spine. It was announced that the first Utah residents were treated in a...

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