Friday, December 28, 2007

Research promises to reduce suffering from MS

Research promises to reduce suffering from MS
Akron Beacon Journal Wed, 26 Dec 2007 8:12 AM PST
Barely 15 years ago, doctors could do nothing to change the course of multiple sclerosis, the disabling neurological disease that strikes in the prime of adulthood. German firm develops tech to treat multiple sclerosis
The Post - Lahore,Punjab,

MS patients receive adult stem cells in Israeli study
Israel 21C - Cupertino,CA,USA
Shimon Slavin, the recently retired head of Hadassah's bone marrow unit, extracted stem cells from the hip bone marrow of 26 multiple sclerosis (MS) and ...
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MultiCell Technologies To Increase Focus on Therapeutic Candidates
FOX News - USA
"MultiCell's lead drug candidate, MCT-125, for the treatment of primary multiple sclerosis-related fatigue, has demonstrated efficacy in human clinical ...
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German firm develops tech to treat multiple sclerosis
The Post - Lahore,Punjab,Pakistan
Around 2.5m patients are registered worldwide of multiple sclerosis out of which around 10000 exists in Pakistan. The only therapeutic success achieved so
http://thepost.com.pk/IsbNews.aspx?dtlid=135843&catid=17

The Post - Lahore,Punjab,Pakistan
Around 2.5m patients are registered worldwide of multiple sclerosis out of which around 10000 exists in Pakistan. The only therapeutic success achieved so ...
http://thepost.com.pk/IsbNews.aspx?dtlid=135843&catid=17

SCS signs ally in diabetes research

The Herald - Glasgow,Scotland,UK
Stem Cell Sciences (SCS), the pioneering Edinburgh University spin-out, has signed a research agreement with a "major pharmaceutical company" to help ...
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China trip gives St. Charles man hope
Chicago Daily Herald - Chicago,IL,USA
The St. Charles man, who has battled multiple sclerosis for 31 years, reports a drastic reduction in symptoms since going to China in August for umbilical ...

http://www.dailyherald.com/story/?id=103080&src=5

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