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Stem Cell Sector Analyst / SciComms - @msemporda
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Methods & Mechanics, Protocols & Parameters...

Cell science is poised to deliver on its promise and open up new modalities in the war against disease with the rubik of product characterization playing a central role.

Article: "Cynata & The Rubik of Cell Science" - http://msemporda.blogspot.com/2017/01/cynata-rubik-of-cell-science.html

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Cynata & The Rubik of Cell Science
As with the sun rising in the East so have the first two pioneering programs using Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell (iPSC) technology for human clinical study. Independently initiated, but now strategic brethren, the Japanese and Australian efforts to provide ...

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A pharmacology lab developed a process that directs light waves at circulating blood cells to release drugs stored in those cells at precise times and locations. #Science #Business #Technology #Health

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"The N Factor"

The mere mention of a possible stop-gap option to the grave medical realities of those that suffer, let alone a lifeline to a solution, is enough to get most patients and their families/friends talking. Clinical trials however are relatively few and far between...

http://msemporda.blogspot.com/2017/01/the-n-factor_3.html

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A combination of dental pulp stem cells and cells from human umbilical cords, mixed with a common hydrogel, were shown in lab rats to regenerate pulp-like tissue in teeth roots. #Science #Technology #Health

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Light therapy to treat early prostate cancer.

The technique, in which a light-sensitive chemical is activated by a laser when it reaches cancer cells, could spare many patients the trauma of surgery or radiotherapy.

http://bit.ly/2hTwkDq, http://bbc.in/2i9fxuS
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A pharmaceutical company and health care venture investor are forming BlueRock Therapeutics, a biotechnology enterprise to design regenerative medicine treatments with stem cells. #Science #Business #Technology #Health

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Stanford University's Professor Tony Wyss-Coray presents "Young Blood for Old Brains" - in search of the elixir of long healthy life. Article on subject: http://motherboard.vice.com/en_ca/read/the-blood-of-the-young-might-really-be-an-anti-aging-elixir-researchers-say
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This approach, which could be used to target many different types of cancer, also allows the immune system to "remember" the target and destroy new #cancer cells that appear after the original treatment.

#medicine  
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