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    Best Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction Uses Stem Cell Transplants

    Erectile dysfunction (ED), sometimes called “male impotence,” is a sexual dysfunction characterized by an inability to develop or to maintain an erection.



    Doctors in Glasgow have injected stem cells into the brain of a stroke patient in an effort to find a new treatment for the condition.

    The elderly man is the first person in the world to receive this treatment – the start of a regulated trial at Southern General Hospital.



    New stem cell anti-aging skin care line taps into fast-growing trend

    There appears to be evidence that the trend for anti-aging skin care products incorporating stem cell technology is growing, following the latest product launch from BioRegenerative Science.



    New Complication Of Stem Cell Therapy for Kidney Disease

    Scientists who investigated a case of stem cell therapy to treat kidney disease are warning of a new type of complication not seen before, the development of blood vessel and bone marrow masses, the long term effects of which are unknown.



    Diabetes treated with Stem Cell Therapy – Cellonis Diabetes Stem Cell Therapy

    Cellonis Diabetes Stem Cell Therapy: A Chance for Insulin Independence and the Reversal of Complications



    Adult kidney stem cells found in fish – Harvard Stem Cell Institute

    It has long been a given that adult humans — and mammals in general — lack the capacity to grow new nephrons, the kidney’s delicate blood filtering tubules, which has meant that dialysis, and ultimately kidney transplantation, is the only option for the more than 450,000 Americans who have kidney failure.



    U.S. study shows adult stem cells take root in livers and repair damage

    Johns Hopkins University researchers have demonstrated that human liver cells derived from adult cells coaxed into an embryonic state can engraft and begin regenerating liver tissue in mice with chronic liver damage.



    Liver stem cells promise new treatment

    Many scientists believe up to 40 percent of liver cancer is caused by stem cells gone wild – master cells in the organ that have lost all growth control. But, despite years spent looking, no one has ever found these liver “cancer stem cells” – or even normal stem cells in the organ. Until now.



    Uncovering process that determines fate of stem cells may lead to better treatments for type 1 diabetes

    By looking at markers on proteins known as histones, around which DNA molecules wind, a team of researchers from the University of Pennsylvania believes that it may be possible to predict the fate of embryonic stem cells. This knowledge could be used to steer these cells toward developing into insulin-producing pancreatic cells, which individuals with type 1 diabetes lack.



    Making Thailand Stem Cell Therapy Affordable and Accessible

    Stem cell research has advanced in leaps and bounds over the past decade, with something that once seemed a pipe