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Paralysis, Parkinson's Disease, the Pope and Stem Cells

Paralysis partially overcome with Stem Cell Therapy

Stem cell transplant helps Brazilian walk again ABC Sat Nov 20, 2004 Updated Sat Nov 20, 2004 7:22am AEDT
A Brazilian woman who suffered a brain haemorrhage that left her paralysed on one side has regained her ability to walk and talk after undergoing a stem cell transplant, hospital officials say. - Recent news Articles about paralysis and Stem Cells here
 

Old dogs gain from new stem cell tricks By Danny Rose AAP March 20, 2009
OLD dogs are being given the ability to walk freely again thanks to medical science's newest trick - stem cells.
 

Pumped over stem cells John Beveridge From: Herald Sun June 06, 2008
FIRST they came up with a therapy to help footballers' knees and broken bones now they may be able to help mend their broken hearts.

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Parkinson's disease

Parkinson's cure 'in the nose' By Petrina Berry AAP June 06, 2008
RESEARCHERS say a cure for Parkinson's disease could lie inside the nose of patients.
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The church and stem cell research

Vatican condemns IVF, the Pill By Philip Pullella in Vatican City Reuters December 12, 2008
The highly technical document said only adult stem cell research was moral...

Catholic Church offers $100k stem cell grant AAP July 08, 2009
Sydney Archbishop Cardinal George Pell says adult stem cells can already be used in the treatment of heart and liver disease.- More Recent News Articles on the Church's position on Stem Cells

Muscle wasting Diseases and Stem Cells

Sydney scientists' stem cell world first * From: The Daily Telegraph * March 05, 2009
A WORLD first stem cell breakthrough that could cure terminally ill people with muscle-wasting diseases has been made by Sydney scientists.
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Going grey? Blame the sun MALCOLM HOLLAND June 11, 2009
..on the adult stem cells which give hair its colour. Japanese researchers have shown that some types The "irreparable" DNA damage causes the melanocyte stem cells to change the way they act. Professor Brian Morris -
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