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      The Science of Cancer

      The past few years have seen tremendous strides in our understanding of cancer, including new hypotheses about its genetic origins and new treatment alternatives using the body’s own immune response.
      The Science of Cancer
      June 27, 2005The Sciences

      Patient, Heal Thyself

      Revving up the body's own stem cells could be the simplest route to new therapies
      August 1, 2016Neurological Health

      Seeking Cures for Terrible Brain Diseases

      A researcher explains the promise of stem cells for treating neurodegenerative disease
      Sausage without the Squeal: Growing Meat inside a Test Tube


      A view of stem cells from a digital camera hooked up to Roelen's microscope.
      August 25, 2009Health

      Eye Cells from Stem Cells

      Several types of retina cells have been created from stem cells, according to a study published online yesterday in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences .
      November 30, 2007The Sciences

      Stem Cells—This Time without the Cancer

      One week after a breakthrough finding, scientists report they can reprogram human skin cells to behave like embryonic stem cells without a growth factor known to cause cancer
      April 13, 2016Biotech

      Transforming Stem Cells into Diabetes Beaters

      Pancreatic type beta cells produced from stem cells can sense glucose, release insulin and treat a mouse model of diabetes. Christopher Intagliata reports.
      Transforming Stem Cells into Diabetes Beaters
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