Tag Archives: Umbilical cord blood

Stem cell harvesting at birth

Stem cell harvesting at birth is a simple, noninvasive, painless medical procedure lasting between 30 seconds and 2-3 minutes. After the birth, the umbilical cord is pulsating for a few minutes (usually between 3-5 minutes). When the last pulsation stops the umbilical cord is clamped and cut off from the newborn. In the blood vessels…
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News from stem cell research field about cerebral palsy

What is the new emerging therapeutic direction for cerebral palsy? Despite of the broad variety diverse therapeutic means to promote the recovery and rehabilitation of these children none of them are able to facilitate processes of repair, regeneration and recovery of damaged brain. Recently a new and promising therapeutic approach has emerged, stem cell based…
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Diabetes mellitus patients – new hopes brought by Stem Cell Educator

New hopes are coming from a recently published article in "Stem Cells Translational Medicine" for patients with Diabetes mellitus type 1 and type 2 . The 4-year follow-up studies demonstrated the long-term safety and clinical efficacy of Stem Cell Educator therapy for the treatment of Diabetes mellitus type 1 and Diabetes mellitus type 2.  But let's…
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