Stem cell therapy aims to help Nelson on road to recovery

Stem-cell treatment needs time By Ian Hamilton, The Leader-Post View Original Article Glen Nelson has returned from Panama with more than just memories. The former University of Regina Cougars basketball star is back in the Queen City with a renewed sense of optimism that he's on the road to recovery. Nelson, 57, had back surgery [...]

2014-11-07T19:33:47+00:00November 7th, 2014|News|

Stem Cell Treatments for Cerebral Palsy – Mary Washington’s Story

Sarah Washington and her daughter Mary. Mary is 2 years old and was diagnosed with cerebral palsy when she was 4 months old. She was first treated at the Stem Cell Institute in Panama using human umbilical cord-derived stem cells. Mary received these stem cells intravenously over the course of 4 days. Her first treatment [...]

Stem Cell Therapy for Heart Disease – Jim Parker Attorney at Law and former Texas State Legislature Member

Jim Parker, Attorney at Law is a former Texas State Legislature member who was treated with umbilical-cord derived stem cells for heart disease at the Stem Cell Institute in Panama in March 2011. Jim was kind enough to answer some questions about his condition before and after treatment. He also discusses his trip to Panama, [...]

Jorge Paz MD: Adult Stem Cell Therapy for Arthritis, Sports Injury, and Autoimmune Disease || 3 of 3

Stem cell therapy for osteoarthritis using adipose (fat) stem cell. Case study of 76 year-old man with osteoarthritis in his knees. Stromal vasular fraction treatment statistics including side effects collected over 800 infusions. Stem cell treatments for sports injuries and why pro sports stars are seeking treatment. Case study of a professional dancer with knee [...]

Stem cells secrete factors that promote muscle growth after exercise

Stem cells that aid in healing disease and injury in skeletal muscle have been found inside muscles in greater numbers after exercise, according to a new animal study at the University of Illinois. Just one exercise session increases the number of muscle-derived mesenchymal stem cells (mMSCs) in mice, according to Beckman Institute researcher Marni Boppart. [...]

2012-01-20T18:50:22+00:00January 20th, 2012|Adult Stem Cells, Muscular Dystrophy, News, Stem Cell Research|

Twins’ family coping with cerebral palsy

ASHLAND -- Three-year-old twins with cerebral palsy are making life adventurous, challenging and bittersweet for the Hancock family. "They're happy kids but it definitely makes it more difficult because as a parent you want them to have every opportunity that every other child has," said mother Carrie Hancock. "It's hard, but we're handling it the [...]

2011-10-21T19:12:43+00:00October 21st, 2011|Cerebral Palsy, News, Stem Cell Therapy|

Stem cell therapy gives dogs new pep in their step

Linda Goldston, Mercury News Cookie is a thirteen year-old Australian shepherd mix that has been having increasing trouble lying down and getting up. She could not walk down stairs and even during normal walks around the park her legs would give out. Cookie’s master, Ed Tani of Hayward was terrified that Cookie’s days were [...]

2011-05-27T19:19:00+00:00May 27th, 2011|Adult Stem Cells, Arthritis, News, Stem Cell Research|