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While there are not yet any standardized criteria for selecting candidates for deep brain stimulation (DBS) therapy, Kelvin L. Chou, MD, Co-Director of the STIM (Surgical Therapies Improving Movement) Program at the University of Michigan, and Parag G. Patil, MD, PhD, Professor of Neurology at the University...
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Is this the best animated video explainer of CRIPSR Cas9 gene-editing technology yet?
As patients begin displaying symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, it becomes increasingly difficult for them to express themselves verbally, and they may even become overwhelmed in loud social situations. Parkinson’s patients with speech impediments often struggle with dual-tasking, or performing both...
Some of the globe’s leading minds in medical research gathered at this year’s World Stem Cell Summit to discuss the recent developments, breakthroughs, and challenges that have arisen in the area of regenerative medicine. Click here to read more about this summit. Bernard Siegel, JD Founder,...
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New study reveals that alcohol, when consumed, turns into a toxin that, when not properly neutralized, can attack stem cells.
Results from a retrospective study in Lancet Neurology reveal that high concentrations of neurofilament light proteins (NfLs) in blood plasma of HTT gene mutation carriers can predict clinical onset and disease progression in Huntington’s disease.1 Increased concentrations of NfL in plasma during the...