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Adult Stem Cells, Not Embryonic, Helping Patients With Multiple Sclerosis

A groundbreaking new study provides more good news for treatment of multiple sclerosis (MS) with adult stem cells. Researchers at the University of Bristol used patients’ own adult stem cells to treat their MS. In a Phase I clinical trial, … Continue reading

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Adult Stem Cells from Fat Tissue Offer Hope for MS Treatment

Let’s see: how many stories have you seen in the news about embryonic stem cells helping even one human being? Uh . . .  none. And, how many stories have you seen about adult stem cells helping humans? Hundreds. Do … Continue reading

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