The study can be applied to human health as mice age similarly to humans.
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Thursday, September 21, 2017
September 21, 2017 Vernise L. Tantuco
Stem cells can prevent diseases like Parkinson's and Alzheimer's – here's how they work
STEM CELL THERAPY. Doctor Mary Jan Torres stands by the machine that The Zen Institute uses to separate stem cells from fat and blood. Photo by Alecs Ongcal/Rappler
Patients can do the procedure awake and it takes about 4 hours.
Who can get the procedure?
September 21, 2017
|Assistant Professor Caroline Paquette|
The Pharmaceutical Journal 21 SEP 2017 By Michele Solis
First described 200 years ago, Parkinson’s disease remains without a cure. After many failed clinical trials, researchers are getting back to basics to try to gain a better understanding of the challenges, and a new generation of treatment ideas are now in clinical trials, some of which aim to stall progression of the disease.
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