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Sizing Up Sizzling FDA Warning Letter to Fat Stem Cell Clinic Stemgenex — The Niche

Do the hundreds of unproven fat stem cell clinics in the U.S. like Stemgenex have a tenable future without working with the FDA? It seems less certain now in 2018 than it did in 2017, and that’s a good thing in […] The post Sizing Up Sizzling FDA Warning Letter to Fat Stem Cell Clinic Stemgenex…

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Promising Approach to Curing Spina Bifida Gets $5.6 Million from Stem Cell Agency — The Stem Cellar

Every day in the U.S. four children are born with spina bifida. It is the most common cause of lifelong paralysis and also frequently leads to other serious health problems affecting the bowel and bladder. The impact on families is enormous. A new approach to repairing the defect that causes spina bifida was today awarded […]

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Top 10 Ways Artificial Intelligence is Impacting Healthcare — OrthoFeed

As the ability of artificial intelligence grows it is increasingly having an effect on many areas of our everyday lives. One area where it could have the biggest impact is artificial intelligence in healthcare. Smart technologies, machine learning programs and robotic devices are all contributing to the positive impact that artificial intelligence is having in…

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Stories that caught our eye: Is a Texas law opening up access to stem cell treatments working? Another CIRM-funded company gets good news from the FDA. — The Stem Cellar

In 2017 Texas passed a sweeping new law, HB 810, which allowed medical clinics to provide “investigational stem cell treatments to patients with certain severe chronic diseases or terminal illnesses.” Those in favor of the law argued that patients battling life-threatening or life-changing diseases should have the right to try stem cell therapies that were […]

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