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Third person ‘cured’ of HIV after receiving stem cell cancer treatment

A 53-year-old man in Düsseldorf, Germany, has been declared cured of HIV by doctors after a blood stem cell transplant to treat leukaemia – the third case of this kind. The man has no signs of
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Parkinson’s disease and stem cells: new clinical trial

«Stem cell research is the key to developing cures for degenerative conditions like Parkinson’s and motor neuron disease from which I and many others suffer.» - Stephen Hawking
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Chronic kidney diseases

Ongoing clinical trials using stem cells to treat chronic kidney diseases.
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Stroke and stem cells: the story of a grandfather and his granddaughter

"You never know what might happen to your family tomorrow or maybe in 10 years and when you may need these cells"
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World Cord Blood Day

In honour of the world day dedicated to cord blood (17 November): so that every day may be the day dedicated to this priceless resource
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The future of stem cells in paediatric diseases

The combination of chemotherapy and hematopoietic stem cells to restore the immune system in the treatment of various diseases in childhood
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How to preserve your child’s health?

Until a few years ago, the umbilical cord was discarded after the birth of the child. Today, families can choose to bank it, thus preserving a very precious resource for the medicine of the future. Interview with Prof. Dr. Christian Breymann, gynaecologist at the Ärzteztezentrum Hirslanden-Seefeld.
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The importance of the umbilical cord: the story of Shai

«I wanted to give my children every possible form of health insurance»
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Cerebral palsy: the story of Ee Han

A better future thanks to his umbilical cord stem cells
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