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Clinical testing has begun at Duke University using stem cell therapy as a treatment for diseases such as critical limb ischemia.
Anna Spagnoli’s research in pediatric endocrinology might lead to a new treatment for nonhealing broken bones known as fracture nonunions. She anticipates that stem cell treatments can help to regenerate bone tissue in children.
Doctors, at the East Carolina University Brody School of Medicine, in physiology and emergency medicine have shown some success in using stem cells to restore sensory function and reduce pain after spinal cord injuries in mice.