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Saved by Stem Cells

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CNN News reported in June the story of a South Dakota man healed debilitating pain in his wrist with stem cells taken from his own fat tissue. A Patient in Pain Saved by Stem Cells Bill Marlette had been living with extreme pain in his wrist for several years. The source of the pain was cysts and holes in the bones that made up his wrist. Marlette's cartilage, which serves as a cushion for the joints of the body, had been worn away, leaving him in extreme pain as his bones rubbed against each other. This pain made regular activities unbearable for Marlette, and even shaking hands and dressing himself became excruciating. After rounds of anti-inflammatory medications, Marlette still had pain and no cure for his problem. After discussing his options with his doctor, Marlette opted for stem cell therapy to heal his damaged wrist. How Stem Cells Can Heal...
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Take Heart: New Study on Stem Cells Shows Potential for Healing Damaged Heart Muscle

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A Japanese study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association in April shows promise that stem cells taken from the thigh of a heart failure patient could be a new way to treat heart failure. Researchers on the project performed at Osaka University have used the stem cells found in the muscle tissue of the thigh to create a patch to repair damaged heart muscle. This is extremely exciting news for physicians and stem cell researchers around the world, as cardiac tissue does not easily regenerate, if it regenerates at all. As part of the project, the Japanese scientists isolated the stem cell from the rest of the tissue and organized them into a 4-cm patch. They glued this stem cell patch to damaged areas on the hearts of 27 study participants to help regenerate cells and boost performance in surrounding tissue. The growth factors contained in the...
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Taking Control: How the Body Controls Stem Cells

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An international team of researchers in combination with scientists from the Luxembourg Center for System Biomedicine at the University of Luxembourg has discovered how the body develops red and white blood cells from progenitor cells. Researchers on the project are hopeful that their new discovery will lead to explanations as to how the body creates different cells and improved stem cell treatments. Progenitor cells, like stem cells, have the ability to change into a specific cell type. Although more specific than a stem cell, they are not as defined as a specific cell type like a skin cell or a nerve cell. Progenitor cells and stem cells differ in the fact that stem cells replicate multiple times without end, while progenitor stem cells have a limit to how often they can divide. Researchers on the project applied growth hormones to the blood cells of mice and watched how these cells...
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Stem Cell Therapy Provides Relief for Peyronie's Patients

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Peyronie’s disease is a painful inflammatory condition that results in erectile dysfunction in many men and causes the development and buildup of tough scar tissue inside of the penis. This scar tissue buildup causes the penis to curve – resulting in painful erections and for many, embarrassing sexual dysfunction. Treatment for Peyronie’s disease involves a range of long-term therapies that include vitamins and hormones, but may sufferers live without treatment, out of embarrassment. Peyronie’s patients do not have to suffer any longer, however, as new treatments involving stem cells have become available to reduce inflammation and restore sexual function for many men. The penis is made up of sponge-like tissue that when filled with blood expands and stretches. This tissue is surrounded by a sheath-like membrane that protects the inner tissue of the penis. When a penis functions normally, the skin of the penis stays flexible to allow the tissue...
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Researchers Create a Cell Bandage to Treat Meniscus Tears

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Tears of the meniscus frequently sideline professional athletes, but the injury impacts over 1 million people on average per year, frequently forcing people to give up their favorite activities. Treatment for the painful condition often includes rest, physical therapy, and for many, surgery to bring relief. However, stem cell researchers have tested a new method of treatment that involves the use of stem cells taken from the patient and potentially have found a new way to heal the knee - from the inside out. This new therapy, known and the Cell Bandage, has been developed to treat patients who have tears in the white zone of the meniscus, the area in which the 90 percent of meniscus tears occur. The meniscus is a soft, C-shaped ligament that cushions the knee during movement, and if it becomes damaged, it can impact a patient’s mobility and function. The white zone of the...
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Is Adipose Stem Cell Therapy the Future of Medicine?

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Stem cells are found in three main places. The first ones discovered were in embryos. This brought up several ethical concerns and complications in obtaining the embryonic stem cells. The second source of stem cells is from adult bone marrow. They have the same properties and potential medical applications as embryonic stem cells without the ethical questions surrounding them. The third place stem cells are found is in adipose cells (fat cells). They are easier and less invasive to harvest. All stem cells have two important properties: The ability to multiply. The stem cells can make an infinite number of copies of themselves. They can become any type of cell. Stem cells are blank and can become skin, bone or muscle cells. There are endless possibilities for the medical uses of stem cells. Now that they can be harvested from adult fat cells, the procedures are far less invasive. One area...
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Advantages in Treating COPD using Stem Cell Research

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Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) can cause a decline in quality of life. With frequent coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath and fatigue, a person finds it hard to enjoy daily activities. Stem cell therapy is a new medical frontier and has shown promise in relieving the symptoms of COPD. Stem cells are removed from fat cells from the patient through a simple procedure and then given to the patient through a nebulizer and an I.V. Most patients found relief after only one treatment. 90% of patients noticed an increase in oxygen levels and feeling less fatigued. This treatment has the potential to change lives and make living with COPD more bearable. Innovations Stem Cell | Advantages of Stem Cell Research | 214-699-6948

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