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  1. Stem cells injection could ward off glaucoma

    IANS via Yahoo Maktoob NewsJul 26 10:42 PM

    New York, July 27 (IANS) An infusion of stem cells harvested from a patient's own skin could help restore proper drainage for fluid-clogged eyes at risk of glaucoma, a study says. When fluid accumulates in the eye, the increase in pressure could lead to glaucoma. The researchers injected stem cells into the eyes of mice with glaucoma.

  2. New York, Jul 27 (IANS): An infusion of stem cells harvested from a patient's own skin could help restore proper drainage for fluid-clogged eyes at risk of glaucoma, a study says.

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  3. An infusion of stem cells could help restore proper drainage for fluid-clogged eyes at risk for glaucoma, suggests a new mouse study.

  4. Aging affects everyone, so it's no surprise that fighting it gets so much attention from scientists. A new study, centering on an embryonic stem cell gene known as Nanog, was found to restore the regenerative properties of adult stem cells, which naturally diminish over time. According to the researchers, this process has the potential to slow or even reverse the effects of aging, as well as ...

  5. In a series of experiments at the University at Buffalo, the embryonic stem cell gene Nanog kicked into action dormant cellular processes that are key to preventing weak bones, clogged arteries and other telltale signs of growing old.

  6. When Rand McClain, D.O. heard the story of a 63-year-old […]

  7. Dublin, July 26, 2016-- Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Stem Cell Research Products- Opportunities, Tools, & Technologies" report to their offering. Large companies selling ...

  8. An infusion of stem cells could help restore proper drainage for fluid-clogged eyes at risk for glaucoma. That's the upshot of a study led by a Veterans Affairs and University of Iowa team.

  9. The research is the first to show that scarring of heart muscle, associated with a heart attack can be reversed, a feat which doctors believed was impossible, and which could eventually end the need for transplants.

  10. Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Stem Cell Therapies - Global Trends in the Competitive, Technological and R&D Landscape" report to their offering.

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