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Stanford researchers just announced that by using a new antibody against a cell protein called CD47, along with an existing anti-cancer antibody, they were able to cure well over half of the mice that had been given a human leukemia called non-Hodgkins lymphoma.

Stanford researchers just announced that by using a new antibody against a cell protein called CD47, along with an existing anti-cancer antibody, they were able to cure well over half of the mice that had been given a human leukemia called non-Hodgkins lymphoma.

Stanford researchers have successfully used mouse stem cells and fibroblasts to re-create the creature's inner ear cells - right down to the tiny hairs that sense vibrations. The breakthrough could pave the way to the development of therapies for human hearing loss.

Stanford researchers have successfully used mouse stem cells and fibroblasts to re-create the creature's inner ear cells - right down to the tiny hairs that sense vibrations. The breakthrough could pave the way to the development of therapies for human hearing loss.

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Unethical companies are finding desperate patients who are willing to pay big money for unproven stem cell "treatments." This may harm not only patients, but stem cell research itself.

Unethical companies are finding desperate patients who are willing to pay big money for unproven stem cell "treatments." This may harm not only patients, but stem cell research itself.