A study conducted in India, by the department of of Edincronology has revealed that type II diabetic patients injected with stem cells required 50 per cent less insulin as compaired to those who were not administered with the stem cells.
Two people have had their stem cells transplanted into their eyes as part of a clinical trial to restore their sight.
The technique has been developed by Scottish scientists to reverse corneal blindness, and it is believed to be the first treatment of its kind in the UK. Read more about this story by clicking the link here.
The Oxford Stem Cell Institute are holding their annual stem cell symposium with renouned speakers from the Medical Research Council and The Medical Research Centre for Regenerative Medicine, University of Edinburgh. Smart Cells International are proud to be part of this event, please click here to read more.
Damage caused by a heart attack has been healed using a patients stem cells gathered from his own heart. There was an unprecedented increase in new heart muscle, read more about this facsinating story by clicking here .