Stem Cell Treatment for Stroke Patients: ReNeuron and University of Glasgow Trial. Can stem cell therapy help stroke patients recover? Doctors from the University of Glasgow in Scotland and their partner-scientists from the biotech company ReNeuron are hoping to provide a positive answer to that question once they finish a clinical trial which involves injecting stem cells into the brains of patients disabled by stroke.
The researchers treated their first patient – reportedly a man in his 60s – last Tuesday, 16 November.
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Al Amal Stem Cell Treatment Center To Be Established. The Al Amal Hospital in Doha, Qatar is setting up a stem cell transplant unit according to a report by The Peninsula. The center is expected to be established by the end of the year.
It is expected to “provide optimal care to patients in need of advanced techno-therapy and are unable to afford treatment abroad” according to a source at Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC).
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Stem Cell Treatment for Cerebral Palsy: Dalton Rogers-Ford Story. Can stem cell therapy cure cerebral palsy? A news report by the Journal Standard, an Illinois community paper, on the case of 4-year-old Dalton Rogers-Ford shows that it does.
Dalton, accompanied by his mom and two grandmothers, traveled to Germany last September to undergo stem cell procedure which lasted for two days.
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