Stem Cell News
Pregnancy is an overwhelming time for many and now there is yet another thing to consider and another decision to make before your little one enters the world. Why should
Are stem cells from a sibling a safe option for treating children with cerebral palsy? Here we discuss a small clinical trial that has shown it could be a safe
Researchers convert human stem cells into insulin-producing beta cells. Could this be the answer to personalized treatment or even a cure for type 1 diabetes?
A recent small clinical trial has shown that umbilical cord stem cell treatment improves the survival rate of patients on ventilators due to COVID-19. In fact, patients treated with stem
On January 20, 2020, the United States reported its first case of COVID-19. In just 12 months, the virus has affected more than 24 million people and contributed to over
Alternative therapies for COVID-19 are essential due to the devastating impact this virus has on many populations around the world, particularly those that are immunocompromised or also have other illnesses.
A quick guide to how your baby’s cord blood and cord tissue stem cells are processed and stored, so they are ready and available for use anytime.
New clinical trials are being announced frequently due to the need for a vaccine to emerge out of the current COVID-19 pandemic. In this article, we will introduce you to
None of us imagined that 2020 would be the year where we go outside wearing a mask and gloves. Yet here we are, scrambling to adjust to the “new normal”
Donor compatibility is one of the biggest bottlenecks associated with hematopoietic stem cell transplants. In this study, researchers explore the idea of using antibodies as a way of preparing patients
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we see pathogenic infections and their consequences. Keeping with this trend, we wanted to explore the link between infections, immunity, and stem cells