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Bone marrow stem cell trial in Israel

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This is a short article about the small bone marrow stem cell trial in Israel. ... 1&w=464753

A similar small trial is being undertaken in England (Prof Scolidng) and, no doubt, there are trials in other countires. Early days, but at least they have moved on from mice. I'm hopeful that we may hear lots more ...
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Menstrual blood tapped as source of stem cells
While the excitement continues to swirl around the recent breakthrough of converting skin cells to stem cells, other researchers are quietly pursuing a new type of stem cell discovered in menstrual blood.
The technique for converting the skin cells involves using viruses to insert several genes, one of which is known to cause cancer.
Meng and Ichim's team had a hunch that stem cells may aid in the rapid expansion of the uterus lining during a ...
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Stem-Cell Therapies For Brain More Complicated Than Thought

Medical News Today
Stem-Cell Therapies For Brain More Complicated Than Thought
28 Nov 2007

An MIT research team's latest finding suggests that stem cell therapies for the brain could be much more complicated than previously thought.

In a study published in the Public Library of Science (PloS) Biology on Nov. 13, MIT scientists report that adult stem cells produced in the brain are pre-programmed to make only certain kinds of connections - making it impossible ...
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Completed mesenchymal stem cell trial

I just stumbled over a MSC trial that has already been completed (03/2007).
The Bristol, Libanon, Jerusalem trials claimed to be the first in patients with MS. Can anyone see a major difference compared to this trial?

Pubmed results can be found here.

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Another trial

Hadassah uses stem cells for MS, ALS patients

Judy Siegel-Itzkovich , THE JERUSALEM POST Nov. 22, 2007

Neurologists at Jerusalem's Hadassah-University Hospital, Ein Kerem, are the first in the world to help multiple sclerosis (MS) and amyotropic lateral sclerosis (ALS) patients by injecting their spinal columns with large numbers of adult stem cells taken from their bone marrow and multiplied in culture.

The clinical trial, while "encouraging" and "promising," remains highly experimental, as all the ...
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Another one

Cell transplant hope for blood diseases and Multiple Sclerosis 23 November 2007

Thousands of patients with ailments such as multiple sclerosis and sickle cell disease have been given new hope that cell transplants could offer a more effective way to treat them.

An important step towards the goal of transplanting the parent stem cells that give rise to red blood cells to treat genetic blood diseases, such as sickle cell disease, is reported by an ...
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Another stem cell trial

This stem cell trial is a new one to me.

Donor Stem Cell Transplantation for the Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis

This study is currently recruiting participants.
Verified by University of Louisville, July 2007
Phase I / II

While the cause of MS in not known, there is an autoimmune component that destroys nerve cells. Autoimmunity is a condition where an individual's immune system attacks his/her own cells. Bone marrow stem cell transplantation has been ...
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Non-invasiv method to track stem cell development

Scientists develop non-invasive method to track nerve-cell development in live human brain

A team of scientists including researchers at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) have identified and validated the first biomarker that permits neural stem and progenitor cells (NPCs) to be tracked, non-invasively, in the brains of living human subjects. This important advance could lead to significantly better diagnosis and monitoring of brain tumors and a range of serious neurological and psychiatric disorders. ...
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