Stem Cell

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Landmark Hospitals Compassionate Use Study for Critical COVID-19 Patients Evidences Potential for Allogenic Biologic Product

Landmark Hospital manages six long-term acute care hospitals across the Southeast United States and recently announced its decision to offer an investigational allogenic biologic product derived from amniotic fluid to patients with advanced COVID-19 conditions under...

Regenerative Research in China Targeting COVID-19 Gains Momentum—Evidence of Some Success and an American Venture

Worldwide researchers and clinical investigators develop vaccines, therapeutic treatments and diagnostic tests to take on COVID-19 and in China in addition to these activities some physicians are declaring some initial success utilizing stem cell therapy. Could this...

German Government Injects €2.45m to ‘Get to Root of Problem’ of Leukemia: Preliminary Stem Cell-based Research

The German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), has transferred €2.45m to a research collaborative known as LeukoSyStem to “get to the root of the problem” of leukemia. With an emphasis on stem cell research and “the starting point of leukemia,” the...

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...

Kings College London: A Novel Gene Therapy Addressing Recessive Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa (RDEB) Shows Promise

King’s College London, in collaboration with University College, London conducted a Phase I clinical trials focused on recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa (RDEB), a severe form of blistering skin disease caused by mutations in COL7A1 gene. The UK-based study...