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Featured Advanced Cell Therapy Trial – 2017 March: MSC for Autism

Featured Advanced Cell Therapy Trial – 2017 March: MSC for Autism

Cell Trials Data (28 Apr, 2017)
: Duke University has decided to become the first academic center in the west to register a trial of MSC therapy for autism and found the trial are positive

Umbilical cord blood could hold clue to preventing type 1 diabetes

Umbilical cord blood could hold clue to preventing type 1 diabetes

Diabetes.co.uk (23 Mar, 2017)
: A team from the University of Florida Health wanted to explore the process of freezing the cord and how it could help find future treatments for type 1 diabetes.

Stem Cell Treatments Offering Hope for MS Patients

Stem Cell Treatments Offering Hope for MS Patients

Healthline News (9 Mar, 2017)
: Treatments involving stem cells have shown promising results in the battle against multiple sclerosis, but FDA approval still awaits.

Burns received a stem cell transplant on September 9, 2014

Stemming cancer tide

The Standard (20 Sep, 2016)
A FORTNIGHT AGO, Rebecca Hertzog Burns turned two. She says that's her age, though she's really 27. After a relapse in her fight with acute myelogenous leukemia, Burns received a stem cell transplant on September 9, 2014, through an infusion of umbilical cord blood from a baby boy.

Cord-Blood Transplantation in Patients with Minimal Residual Disease

Cord-Blood Transplantation in Patients with Minimal Residual Disease

The NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL of MEDICINE (8 Sep, 2016)
The Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center reported that in patients with minimal residual disease, the use of cord blood as the donor source for hematopoietic-cell transplantation led to a higher rate of survival and a lower rate of relapse than the use of a transplant from an HLA-mismatched unrelated donor.