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Stem cell therapy is a rapidly evolving and promising treatment for spinal-cord injuries. According to a new literature review, different types of stem cells vary in their ability to help restore function, and an ideal treatment protocol remains unclear pending further clinical research.
Early results suggest novel gene therapy is safe and effective for treatment of inherited immune disease, according to scientists. The study involved five males with X-linked severe combined immunodeficiency disease (SCID-X1), also known as “Bubble Boy” disease. This inherited disorder involves a mutation in the IL2RG gene that affects males and occurs in 1 of every 50,000 to 100,000 live...
Treatments available for glioblastoma — malignant brain tumors — have little effect. An international collaboration tested active ingredients from existing medications and eventually identified one compound of interest, prazosin, on these tumors. Not only did it seem to be effective in this type of cancer, but it also acted on a signaling pathway that is common with other cancers.
A plant-based polyphenol promotes the migration of Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs) in blood circulation and accumulates them in damaged tissues to improve wound healing, scientists have found. It is anticipated that the results will be used for stem cell treatments for cutaneous disorders associated with various damage and lesions.
Using a novel cell culture approach, researchers have discovered critical vulnerabilities in adenoid cystic carcinoma (ACC), a rare and lethal glandular cancer with a high recurrence rate and few treatment options.
A collaborative study has found proof-of-concept evidence for a potential cancer treatment that leverages microparticles and mesenchymal stem cells.
An experimental antibody treatment decreased by half the number of cancer stem cells that drive the growth of tumors in nearly all patients with multiple myeloma, a cancer of the bone marrow and bone tissue, according to new results.
The research followed the whole journey iPS cells would take when used in clinical therapy and found that iPs cells acquire 10 times fewer mutations than cells in the body and that no mutations occurred in genes known to cause cancer. The findings suggest that iPS cells do not pose a risk if used in regenerative treatment.
Apigenin, a natural metabolite found in plants and vegetables, is poised to improve chemotherapy significantly report scientists. Combining a new synthetic apigenin compound with existing anticancer drug treatments can reverse drug resistance, say researchers.
While stem cells have shown promise for treating brain regions damaged by cancer radiation treatments, researchers have found that microscopic vesicles isolated from these cells provide similar benefits without some of the risks associated with stem cells.