Friday, April 12, 2002

Some Promising Results with Adult Stem Cells

According to this Reuter's story, a man suffering from Parkinson's disease has been successfully treated through the use of adult stem cells obtained from his own brain. While the results are not definitive (Parkinson's is a tricky disease that "comes and goes" unpredictably), they are clearly promising, and show the potential for the use of adult stem cells to treat disease.

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