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Stem Cell Research

Stem Cell Transplants Cure Crohn's Disease

15 years, 7 months ago

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Posted on Nov 17, 2003, 6 a.m. By Bill Freeman

Another advance in regenerative medicine is reported in the Reno Gazette-Journal. Ten sufferers of the deadly Crohn's disease have been cured by stem cell transplants that regenerate the damage to their intestines and immune system. The article focuses on the young man who will hopefully be number 11 and live to see a full life.

Another advance in regenerative medicine is reported in the Reno Gazette-Journal. Ten sufferers of the deadly Crohn's disease have been cured by stem cell transplants that regenerate the damage to their intestines and immune system. The article focuses on the young man who will hopefully be number 11 and live to see a full life. This is the sort of amazing application of stem cell medicine, like recent advances in regenerating normally fatal heart damage, that we hope will become commonplace. Being able to regenerate any part of the body in this fashion will lead to large gains in healthy lifespan.

Source: http://www.rgj.com/news/stories/html/2003/09/07/51075.php?sp1=rgj&sp2=News&sp3=Local News&sp5=RGJ.com&sp6=news&sp7=local_news

[Editor: The preceding article was not written by A4M/WHN]

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