Researchers at Oregon Health and Science University have succeeded in cloning human embryos in order to obtain their stem cells, according to press reports.
Researchers at the Oregon National Primate Research Center has announced a major medical breakthrough in effectively converting human skin cells into embryonic stem cells through a technique which is called nuclear tranfer according to a report by Fox News.Com. It's my opinion this is one major step forward in medical breakthroughs and it's hoped ... (more)
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As Oregon scientists announced May 15 that they had successfully converted human skin cells into embryonic stem cells, the chairman of the U.S. bishops' Committee on Pro-Life Activities warned that the technique is morally troubling on many levels.
A new stem cell technique could regrow organs that the body will not reject and is an important step towards a cure for diseases such as Alzheimer's. A new stem cell technique could regrow organs that the body will not reject and is an important step towards a cure for diseases such as Alzheimer's and injuries such as spinal cord trauma.
Main Category: Erectile Dysfunction / Premature Ejaculation Also Included In: Back Pain ; Pharmacy / Pharmacist Article Date: 16 May 2013 - 4:00 PDT A new study suggests that long term use of opioid prescription painkillers for back pain is tied to a higher risk of erectile dysfunction .
Oregon Health & Science University on Wednesday announced a major scientific breakthrough that could accelerate treatments for Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, cardiac disease and spinal injuries.
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A new landmark stem cell technique in therapeutic cloning opens new horizons in treating rare diseases and disorders caused by gene mutations.
A group of scientists from Oregon Health & Science University, with colleagues at the Boston University School of Medicine and Mahidol University in Bangkok, has created human pluripotent stem cells through a process called somatic cell nuclear transfer.
It was hailed some 15 years ago as the great hope for a biomedical revolution: the use of cloning techniques to create perfectly matched tissues that would someday cure ailments ranging from diabetes to Parkinson's disease.
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A new study from the Oregon Health & Science University suggests men who take prescription painkillers for chronic back pain have a higher risk of erectile dysfunction , according to a news release on May 15.
This undated image made available by the Oregon Health & Science University in May 2013 shows a stem cell colony developed from cloned human embryos.