New Article In Regenerative Medicine Explains the Potential of Stem Cell Therapies for ALS and SMA

New Article In Regenerative Medicine Explains the Potential of Stem Cell Therapies for ALS and SMA

FSMA via Regenerative Medicine | March 16, 2011

Authors Eva Feldman, Nicholas Boulis, and colleagues present supporting evidence for the utilization of stem cell technology in the treatment of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and spinal muscular atrophy in the Journal Regenerative Medicine.  They also discuss the first-in-human Phase I trial currently underway examining the safety and feasibility of intraspinal stem cell injections in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis patients as a foundation for translating stem cell therapies for various neurological diseases.

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