AN AUTHORITATIVE RESOURCE FOR STEM CELL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT.

 

Every day, stem cells are redefining what may be possible to treat and potentially cure diseases. It’s exciting, but it can also be confusing. What treatments are available now? What breakthroughs should we expect soon?

ALS

Exploring the possibility of stem cell treatments for ALS disease.

Arthritis

Exploring the possibility of stem cell treatments for varying degrees of chronic arthritis sufferers.

Autism

Exploring the possibility of stem cell treatments for Autism and other developmental diseases.

Blood Disorders

How can advancements in stem cell therapy treatment address blood disorders caused by congenital or an inborn deficiency.

Research is a dynamic activity that creates new knowledge. It provides a forum for generating observations and testing why they occur. Because people and their diseases are so diverse, clinical trials are the only way possible to test whether new ideas about how to diagnose or treat human disease will work. The process of taking research from the laboratory bench to the patient’s bedside is a lengthy one and demands not only vision but also years of teamwork and dedication on the part of scientists, physicians and patients.

This information summarizes current research ideas on how stem cells could be used to achieve new treatments. The content presented is by no means exhaustive and readers may wish to peruse additional Web resources or speak with their physicians for more information.