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Handheld 3D Printer Using Stem Cells to Heal Burn Wounds

In one of the most interesting scientific breakthroughs of the year so far, researchers have successfully tested a handheld 3D printer that can print layers of skin using stem cells. The printer can be used to treat burns victims and speed up the healing process for other injuries.

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Saving Lives with Stem Cells and soon, the World's First Oral Flu Vaccine

Wayne Channon, the Cells4Life chairman and Stabilitech Biopharma Ltd., has signed a deal this month with China’s National Academy of Science for £10 million, to ramp up work to find an oral vaccine for the coronavirus.

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3 Important Things to Do When Saving the Cord Blood

Giving birth is an exciting moment but it can also be very stressful especially for first time parents. To help make sure that you will be able to collect the cord blood here are some of the important things you should do when saving the cord blood.

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Useful Tips to Consider When Planning for A Second Baby

Having a second baby is what most parents look forward to in most cases as they truly want a companion for the first child. In as much as this is fun, in some cases it might be a worry especially if proper preparations were not made before the birth of the second child.

So, before having a second baby, it will be a great idea if the below listed factors are considered and adequate preparation are made to ensure that everything is in place to avoid any possible problems. Some of these factors to consider when planning for a second baby include:

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Parent's Guide to a Successful Cord Blood Banking

Many people might not know just how effective cord blood banking actually is. Cord blood banking is nowadays highly regarded among the medical community as well as many parents, who are aware of the positive effects that it can bring for future sickness and medical conditions.

If you are one of those parents who decided to save your baby's cord blood, signing the contract and paying the initial deposit is just the first step. Here's a simple guide for a successful cord blood banking experience.

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Scottish Toddler to Receive Life Changing Stem Cell Transplant from US Donor

Shortly after she was born, Scottish toddler Adeline Davidson was diagnosed with a rare form of blood cancer called myelodysplasia. This type of cancer is very uncommon, only affecting an estimated 1 in 250,000 children. After her diagnosis, Adeline was forced to have a blood transfusion each week just to stay alive.

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Guide to Food Safety and Foods to Avoid During Pregnancy

There are many things a mother-to-be will worry about during pregnancy and the health of the baby is likely to be at the top of the list. There is a wealth of pregnancy advice out there both online and via word of mouth which means that it can often be confusing with what's right and what's wrong. Here is a quick guide on what foods you should avoid as much as possible when you’re pregnant.

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Trisomy Awareness: What Expecting Parents Should Know

Trisomy is a genetic condition that occurs when a baby is born with an extra chromosome. There are several different types of trisomy disorders, with the most common being Down syndrome, Klinefelter syndrome, Triple X syndrome, and Edwards' syndrome.

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Protecting Pre-Term Babies from Brain Injury with Cord Blood Stem Cells

A team of researchers from the Hudson Institute have managed to demonstrate that umbilical cord stem cells can protect preterm babies from brain injury. This breakthrough confirms the neuroprotective capacity of stem cells.

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Effective Ways to Cope with Baby Blues after Birth


The baby blues aren’t uncommon and when you’re dealing with a newborn baby, they can be incredibly frustrating. It’s important to not dismiss these feelings as they could be an indicator of something else, but for the time being, here’s some effective ways to help you cope with them.

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Multiple Sclerosis Awareness: Using Stem Cells to Potentially Treat MS

Multiple sclerosis is a chronic illness that affects the central nervous system. It occurs when immune cells mistakenly attack myelin, a thin protective layer that surrounds the nerves.

Once the layer of myelin is eaten away from a nerve, it becomes inflamed and scar tissue forms. This interferes with the nerve’s ability to transmit the electrical signals which normally travel between the brain and the rest of the body.

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