He’s 28. He has five 1,000-yard NFL rushing seasons to his name, one 2,000-yarder and a burning desire to prove he’s the same speedster he’s always been. 2,488 more words
Tags » Stem Cells
Stem cell treatments are promising, but still in their scientific infancy. All sorts of strange things are going to happen. Like, for example, growing a nose in your spine.
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Cancer is a scary word these days … and despite the fact that many people are changing their lifestyles, (giving up smoking, changing diet, exercise etc.) this darn disease still runs rampant. 303 more words
Original article by Bridie Smith
The Age – Page: 3 : 29-Jul-14
The National Health & Medical Research Council in Australia has warned consumers about the risks in opting for unproven and unregulated stem cell treatments, including in overseas locations. 84 more words
Original article by Rick Wallace
The Australian – Page: 15 & 16 : 28-Jul-14
A new regulatory environment in Japan means it will be the initial market in which Australian-listed biotechnology group Mesoblast launches its revolutionary stem cells therapy product. 104 more words