Belgian doctors have successfully repaired bones using stem cells from fatty tissue. They say the new technique could become a benchmark to treat patients recovering from bone tumour surgery and a wide range of bone disorders.
Scientists at The New York Stem Cell Foundation
(NYSCF) Research Institute are one step closer to creating a viable cell replacement therapy
for multiple sclerosis from a patient’s own cells.
Bridget Tracy, MD, Associate Professor of Palliative Care Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital, speaks about the important dialogue between palliative care specialist and patient.
Researchers from Temple University School of Medicine have discovered how to permanently extricate HIV-1 from human cells, possibly avoiding the need for lifelong drug treatment. Though in its very early stages, this may prove to be a critical step in permanently defeating the disease.
Researchers at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee have raised hopes for the possibility of developing of a probiotic to treat obesity and other chronic diseases. The team inhibited weight gain, insulin resistance and various other negative health effects of a high-fat diet in mice by modifying bacteria to produce a therapeutic compound in the gut.
The Mayo Clinic is testing the safety and effectiveness of taking stem cells from a patient’s own fat and injecting them into their spinal fluid to slow the progression of ALS. KARE’s Renee
Researchers are on a mission to identify blood-borne biomarkers for dementia. Will this year’s high-profile successes pave the way?
Did 20th-century pharmaceutical and technological advances shape modern sexual behaviors?
A new study by a University of Reading researcher has found that painful areas on our body can be controlled through the power of positive thinking.
For centuries, scientists have been trying to understand the mechanics of human intercourse. MRI technology made it possible for them to get an inside view.