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Teen gets stem call transplant from sis to fight painful blood disorder

Doctors have cured an Odisha boy of sickle cell disease by transplanting him with the partially-matched stem cells of his kid sister. The first such bone marrow transplantation (BMT) in the western..
IndiaTimes - Published

Japan approves test of iPS cells for treating spinal injuries

Japanese scientists will test the use of human-induced pluripotent stem cells (iPS) to treat spinal cord injuries, a health ministry panel that approved the research project said on Monday.
Reuters India - Published

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Beyond Stem Cells: Bring Back Your Confidence with Fuller Hair! [Video]Beyond Stem Cells: Bring Back Your Confidence with Fuller Hair!

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Scientists grow bacon on blades of grass [Video]Scientists grow bacon on blades of grass

A team of researchers from the University of Bath have developed bacon fibers using pig stem cells and blades of grass, reports the BBC.

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Artificial meat: Scientists make bacon on blades of grass [Video]Artificial meat: Scientists make bacon on blades of grass

BATH, ENGLAND — A team of researchers from the University of Bath have developed bacon fibers using pig stem cells and blades of grass, reports the BBC. First, they take a tissue sample from a pig..

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Beyond Stem Cells - Gain Your Confidence Back with Thicker Hair! [Video]Beyond Stem Cells - Gain Your Confidence Back with Thicker Hair!

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London patient may be second in the world to be cured of HIV [Video]London patient may be second in the world to be cured of HIV

A case study published in the journal Nature details the successful treatment of a patient in London, who is now in long-term HIV remission.

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London patient is second to be cleared of HIV [Video]London patient is second to be cleared of HIV

LONDON — A case study published in the journal Nature details the successful treatment of a patient in London, who is now in long-term HIV remission. CNN reports that a man known as the London..

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A Miracle Cure From Stem Cell Transplant [Video]A Miracle Cure From Stem Cell Transplant

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It's 'too early to say' London HIV patient is 'cured' [Video]It's 'too early to say' London HIV patient is 'cured'

Ravindra Gupta, a professor and HIV biologist who co-led a team of doctors treating an HIV-positive man in Britain that has become the second known adult to be cleared of the AIDS virus, cautions 'it's..

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How Did Scientists Appear to Eliminate HIV in a 2nd Patient? [Video]How Did Scientists Appear to Eliminate HIV in a 2nd Patient?

In the second case ever reported, researchers say a bone marrow transplant apparently helped clear HIV from a patient's system.

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How Eating Cabbage, Broccoli, and Kale Can Drastically Reduce the Risk of Bowel Cancer [Video]How Eating Cabbage, Broccoli, and Kale Can Drastically Reduce the Risk of Bowel Cancer

Previous research has suggested that cruciferous vegetables aid gut health, but now we know why.

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UK HIV patient becomes world's second AIDS cure hope [Video]UK HIV patient becomes world's second AIDS cure hope

An HIV-positive man in Britain has become the second known adult worldwide to be cleared of the AIDS virus after he received a bone-marrow transplant from an HIV resistant donor, his doctors said. Mia..

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First CRISPR human trial approved outside of China [Video]First CRISPR human trial approved outside of China

The FDA has given approval to two pharmaceutical companies to begin a human gene-editing trial.

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First CRISPR clinical trial approved outside of China [Video]First CRISPR clinical trial approved outside of China

USA / SWITZERLAND — The FDA has given approval to two pharmaceutical companies to begin a human gene-editing trial. A joint clinical trial led by CRISPR Therapeutics and Vertex will use gene..

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South Asian Community Searches for Stem Cell Donor for Young Journalist [Video]South Asian Community Searches for Stem Cell Donor for Young Journalist

This 29-year-old woman needs a rare stem cell donation to survive leukemia — so her friends and family are asking the South Asian community for help. This video, "South Asian Community Searches for..

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Beyond Stem Cells: Live Life to the Fullest!! [Video]Beyond Stem Cells: Live Life to the Fullest!!

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Beyond Stem Cells -  Build Your Confidence by Learning about Hair Regrowth. [Video]Beyond Stem Cells - Build Your Confidence by Learning about Hair Regrowth.

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Research details rat-grown kidneys [Video]Research details rat-grown kidneys

Researchers successfully grew kidneys in rats by implanting stem cells from mice.

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Stem cell research: Scientists grow kidneys in rats [Video]Stem cell research: Scientists grow kidneys in rats

NAGOYA, JAPAN — Researchers successfully grew kidneys in rats by implanting stem cells from mice, according to the journal Nature Communications. Researchers selected rat embryos that were..

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Researchers Transform Lab-Grown Insulin-Producing Cells In Effort Find Type 1 Diabetes Cure [Video]Researchers Transform Lab-Grown Insulin-Producing Cells In Effort Find Type 1 Diabetes Cure

Geek.com reports that researchers at the University of California San Francisco made an important breakthrough in the fight to cure Type 1 Diabetes. Scientists were able to successfully transform human..

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Shaking Astronauts’ Legs May Prevent Bone Loss in Space [Video]Shaking Astronauts’ Legs May Prevent Bone Loss in Space

University of Strathclyde researchers hope to use a unique technique to change stem cells into bone to prevent bone density loss in space.

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New stem cell approach may help treat diabetes: Study

Scientists have tweaked the technique for turning human stem cells into insulin-secreting beta cells and shown that the resulting cells are more responsive to fluctuating glucose levels in the blood.
DNA - Published

Adult hearts lack stem cells: Study


newKerala.com - Published

Former Indian cricketer VVS Laxman now a blood stem cell donor

Former cricketer VVS Laxman Sunday registered himself as a donor for blood stem cells and said everyone should become a donor to save thousands of people suffering from blood cancer. Laxman..
DNA - Published

'First mammal with two moms born using gene-editing'

Chinese scientists have used stem cells and gene editing techniques to successfully produce healthy mice with two mothers that went on to have normal offspring of their own. Mice from two fathers were..
DNA - Published

Healthy mice born to 2 mothers using stem cells, gene editing


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Scientists use stem cells and gene editing to make mice with two mums

Chinese scientists said on Thursday they had used gene editing and stem cell techniques to produce healthy mice with two mothers which developed well enough to go on to have normal offspring of their..
Reuters India - Published

Umbilical cord stem cells can help early repair of cleft palate


newKerala.com - Published

Scientists grow miniature human oesophagus in lab

In a first, scientists have successfully grown oesophageal organoids -- miniature, functional versions of the human food pipe -- using stem cells, paving the way for new ways to study and test drugs..
DNA - Published

First human oesophagus created in lab using stem cells


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Delhi: Carpenter's stem cells give pehelwan new lease of life

This is when the family found Zorawar Singh, a daily wage carpenter in Delhi, who matched as Tejveer's donor.
DNA - Published

IIT Gandhinagar professor bags Ramanujan fellowship

Professor Dhiraj Bhatia has come back to India to research further on DNA nanodevices to programme stem cells for regenerative medicine and biomedical applications
DNA - Published

Body's 'bomb squad' can help fight brain tumours: Study

The researchers carried out genetic and biochemical tests to study stem cells called neuroblasts in the central brain region of fruit fly larvae.
DNA - Published

Scientists develop 3D-printed device that might help treat spinal cord injuries

Scientists have developed a 3D-printed device that could potentially help patients with long-term spinal cord injuries regain some function. A three-dimensional (3D) printed guide, made of silicone,..
DNA - Published

Celebrating MOM — Mother’s Own Milk

Each time I step into the office of my dear friend and batchmate in Delhi who deals with maternal and child health, a certain painting captures my attention. This is a reprint of the poignant 'Mother..
DNA - Published

Japan scientists to use 'reprogrammed' stem cells to fight Parkinson's

Japanese scientists said on Monday they will start clinical trials next month on a treatment for Parkinson's disease, transplanting "reprogrammed" stem cells into brains, seeking a breakthrough in..
Reuters India - Published

Scientists take step towards creating artificial embryos

An international team of scientists has moved closer to creating artificial embryos after using mouse stem cells to make structures capable of taking a crucial step in the development of life.
Reuters India - Published

Human stem cells may restore function in primate heart-failures


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Women in Science: Deepa Subramanyam on the 'stemness' of human cells, discrimination in academia

Deepa Subramanyam's research helps us understand what makes stem cells different from the specialised cells in our body
Firstpost - Published

So close, yet far

There are guidelines, but there isn't a concrete law regarding the treatment using stem cells, prompting people to question the advertisement of stem cell therapy by stem cell centres as a miracle cure
DNA - Published

Novel robotic system can grow mini human organs

Scientists have developed an automated robotic system that can rapidly produce mini human organs required for medical research and drug testing. The traditional way to grow cells for biomedical..
DNA - Published

Blocking these two antioxidant enzymes could make cancer cells mortal

Scientists have found two specific antioxidant enzymes that are linked to making cancer cells mortal. According to a study conducted by the Ecole Polytechnique F'drale De Lausanne, PRDX1 and MTH1..
DNA - Published

In rare bone marrow transplant, Delhi man is cured of thalassaemia

A 25-year-old man who suffered from thalassaemia, a blood disorder, since his childhood and survived on regular blood transfusions is able to live a normal life after undergoing a high-risk bone marrow..
DNA - Published

Fasting improves stem cells' regenerative capacity: Study


newKerala.com - Published

Government of India seeks to define stem cells as drug, regulate use in therapy; scientists term move 'long overdue'

The health ministry , in a proposal to amend existing rules, pushed to bring stem cells and cell-based products under legal regulations
Firstpost - Published Also reported by •IndiaTimes

Govt seeks to define stem cells as drug 

The Union health ministry has proposed an amendment to the Drugs and Cosmetics Act that may finally bring stem cells and cell-based products under the ambit of the law. Interestingly, the Indian..
IndiaTimes - Published

Top 6 apps for for fulfilling medical needs

A rising middle-class, state-of-the-art healthcare facilities, expert physicians, and increased dependency on technology to facilitate healthcare at the prevention stage are driving the growth of the..
DNA - Published

New human 'organ' that protects vital tissues identified

Scientists have identified a new human 'organ' consisting of a network of fluid-filled compartments that act like shock absorbers and protects tissues of vital organs from tearing. The findings,..
DNA - Published

AIIMS to build new-age dental research centre

In another step to provide dental care to the increasing number of patients at the country's premier medical institute, the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) will get a new dental..
DNA - Published

Urinary, respiratory tract infections may double stroke risk: Study

urinary, respiratory tract infections may double stroke risk: study
Those suffering from urinary or respiratory tract infections may face nearly double the risk of heart attacks and strokes than obesity, researchers have warned. The study -- led by a researcher of..
Mid-Day - Published

Stem cells may help to stay strong in old age


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This Chinese New Year: 22 Chinese Brands Take Over NASDAQ, New York

DGAP-News: US China Brand / Key word(s): Miscellaneous 21.02.2018 / 01:03 The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement. -------------------- *NEW YORK, NY /..
EQS Group - Published

PM Modi bats for e-governance; says E is effective, efficient, easy, empower, and equity

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday voiced concern over attempts by jihadists to radicalise cyberspace and asked governments to guard against the misuse of technology, saying it must be used as a..
DNA - Published

Use tech as a means to development, not destruction: PM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today voiced concern over attempts to radicalise the cyberspace by jihadists and asked governments to guard against the misuse of technology, saying it must be used as a..
Deccan Herald - Published

Skincare and make-up tips for the winter brides

skincare and make-up tips for the winter brides
To look your best on your wedding day, remember to use natural skincare products and use mineral make-up to cover the finest lines of dryness, suggest experts. Raj Parikh, skin expert and dermatologist..
Mid-Day - Published

Advancells spots a regenerative niche

Working on a slightly distinct model, NCR-based Advancells is looking to carve a niche by thrusting into not the banking of stem cells, but in regenerative medicine
DNA - Published

Now backup, restore Truecaller contacts to Google Drive

now backup, restore truecaller contacts to google drive
Popular communication app Truecaller on Monday launched "Truecaller Backup" feature for Android devices which allows users to backup and restore their contacts, call history, block list and settings to..
Mid-Day - Published

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