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Addressing the problem of “bad actors”! Regenerative Medicine Foundation and Alliance for Cell Therapy NOW organize educational briefing for U.S. House and Senate – Washington, D.C.

Addressing the problem of “bad actors”! Regenerative Medicine Foundation and Alliance for Cell Therapy NOW organize educational briefing for U.S. House and Senate – Washington, D.C.

September 19th 12pm – 1:30pm ET (lunch will be served) at 902 Hart Senate Office Building Regenerative cellular therapies represent the next generation of groundbreaking treatments that are showing great promise in cardiology, neurology, oncology, orthopedics,...

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Bernie Siegel: Observations on my 70th birthday

Bernie Siegel: Observations on my 70th birthday

Today (9/11), I am entering my 8th decade! I’m remembering snippets from the lyrics from the old Simon and Garfunkel song “Old Friends”: “Old Friends. Old Friends. Sat on the park bench like bookends… Preserve your memories. They’re all that’s left you…How terribly...

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FDA sends warning to company for selling unapproved umbilical cord blood and umbilical cord products that may put patients at risk; continues to warn patients of the risk of unapproved stem cell therapy

FDA sends warning to company for selling unapproved umbilical cord blood and umbilical cord products that may put patients at risk; continues to warn patients of the risk of unapproved stem cell therapy

Stemell sold stem cell products without required FDA approval The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has warned Stemell, Inc. (Stemell), of San Juan Capistrano, California, and its president and Chief Executive Officer, Peyman Taeidi, Ph.D., for manufacturing and...

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Your New Heart Could Be Made in China

Your New Heart Could Be Made in China

The country’s researchers are racing to grow replacement organs for humans in animals. By Adam Minter - Bloomberg News Recently, a Chinese startup named Qihan Biotech raised $20 million to develop replacement organs for humans. The smallish deal would hardly have...

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