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Stem cells used to regrow damaged knee cartilage in world-first Melbourne trials

Stem cells used to regrow damaged knee cartilage in world-first Melbourne trials

Posted on Monday 29th February 2016

A new trial using stem cells to regrow damaged knee cartilage might have the potential to make other joint replacement surgeries unnecessary. Read More

Stemlife is growing: New job position open

Posted on Wednesday 9th September 2015

We are happy to announce our sales team is expanding and we have new position available: Sales Representative Read More

The Nobel prize in Physiology or Medicine 2012

Posted on Thursday 27th August 2015

The Nobel Prize recognizes two scientists who discovered that mature, specialised cells can be reprogrammed to become immature cells capable of developing into all tissues of the body. Their findings have revolutionised our understanding of how cells and organisms develop. Read More

Heart makers

Posted on Monday 17th August 2015

Nature Videos present: How do you make a working human heart? Scientists can turn stem cells into beating heart cells, but getting them to organize into a 3D heart requires a scaffold. Read More

FamilyCord announced the recent acquisition of LifeLine Cryogenics

Posted on Monday 10th August 2015

California Cryobank Stem Cell Services LLC (dba "FamilyCord"), announced the recent acquisition of LifeLine Cryogenics, an east coast cord blood and reproductive tissue bank primarily servicing the New York tristate area. LifeLine clients will maintain full access to their invaluable tissues, and all prepaid contracts will be honored. Read More

Ask Stemlife: Chances of Stem Cell match

Posted on Monday 13th July 2015

By preserving your child's Stem Cells you are increasing the chance of future medical usage for other family members. Many times clients ask us about those chances. So, what are the chances Stem Cells being stored for one family member to be a match for others? Read More

Dental pulp cell transplants help regenerate peripheral nerves

Posted on Wednesday 8th July 2015

Peripheral nerve injuries often are caused by trauma or surgical complications and can result in considerable disabilities. Regeneration of peripheral nerves can be accomplished effectively using autologous (self-donated) nerve grafts, but that procedure may sacrifice a functional nerve and cause loss of sensation in another part of the patient's body. Read More

Umbilical Cord Blood May One Day Treat Eczema

Posted on Tuesday 7th July 2015

July 1, 2015 -- Scientists say they've accidentally found a possible treatment for eczema and rheumatoid arthritis. Their original research was focused on how to treat a condition called skin graft versus host disease (GvHD). It affects some people who get a stem cell transplant, through which you basically get a new immune system. GvHD is a side effect of the transplant process in which the person's new immune system attacks their body, often leading to severe skin reactions. Read More

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