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Cynthia Carrion-Norton flits high-heeled around the Philippine capital with energy levels belying her years, thankful for a controversial treatment she highly recommends to fellow sixty-somethings. Carrion-Norton, 66, a member of the Philippine
59pm Cynthia Carrion-Norton flits high-heeled around Manila with energy levels belying her years, thankful for a controversial treatment she highly recommends to fellow sixty-somethings. Carrion-Norton, 66, a member of the Philippine Olympic
Sandra , nelson, United Kingdom, 22/7/2013 03:39 This is amazing...There has not been one successful transplant using embryo cells but there have been enormous gains and transplants using adult stem cells...An embryo may turn into a child if all the
EDT Source Newsroom: Newswise Stem-cell researchers at UC San Francisco have found a key role for a protein called BMI1 that may help scientists direct the development of tissues to replace damaged organs in the human body.
Topeka As Kansas University officials bemoaned legislative budget cuts this week, Kansas Board of Regents member Ed McKechnie wondered if those cuts could be alleviated somewhat by diverting funds that KU received in another area but didn't request.
Now, a University of Missouri scientist has discovered that this attack causes more damage than scientists realized. The revelation is leading to a potential cure that combines adult stem cells with a promising new drug...Lavenia Edwards Chair in
Even as lawmakers rail against spending more on higher education and prove reluctant to fund some of KU's requests, there's some university spending they like. KU has struggled throughout the legislative session to win support for $10 million
What happens when one stem cell researcher interviews another? Hop on over to researcher/blogger Paul Knoepfler's site to read his interview with Jeanne Loring of The Scrippps Research Institute. Loring discusses why she's optimistic about therapy
Topeka Gov. Sam Brownback on Monday proposed using bioscience dollars to fund the startup and ongoing costs of the planned adult stem cell center at the Kansas University Medical Center. Under Brownback's plan, $1.154 million would be diverted from
Gov. Sam Brownback plans Monday to sign a bill aimed at cracking down on human trafficking and changing attitudes about young women and men who are sold into the sex business. The bill creates new fines for those who sexually exploit children and