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Two Centers Announce Potential Breakthroughs in the Treatment of ALS

 

Cases Database- Unlocking the Value of Medical Case Reports

Posted on 29 Jul 2016
Somata Biotech, LLC has developed a novel platform for the treatment of Multiple Sclerosis (MS). Rather than ‘re-inventing the wheel’ through development of drugs, immunological factors (e.g. cytokines), or antibodies focused on symptomatic relief and functional improvement, Somata Bi

Research Subject Linda Friesen

Posted on 29 Jul 2016
Phase One trials are now complete and selective stem cell placement (SSCP) has been confirmed as a potential breakthrough therapy for the treatment of Multiple Sclerosis. SSCP is a delivery technology with a demonstrated scienti?c and clinical proof of concept. This is the first time

Somata Biotech in Pre-publication for 6 years of Research

Posted on 24 Jul 2016
Somata Biotech scientists in the United States and the around the world conduct wide-ranging research on degenerative diseases to improve the health of people from a global population. Groundbreaking  research is currently being submitted to several journals.  In Q3 2016, Somata Biote

2016 Somata Biotech Research Highlights

Posted on 18 Jul 2016
Somata Biotech scientists in the United States and the around the world conduct wide-ranging research on degenerative diseases to improve the health of people from a global population. Groundbreaking Somata Biotech-funded research is currently in line for top scientific honors. Studie

Behavioral and Social Sciences Research

Posted on 18 Jan 2016
The 21st century is an exciting time — a revolutionary period for the life sciences. We have learned a lot about the biological parts and systems that make up all living things. We also realize that it is just as important to understand how behavior and society affect health and can h

Pancreatic Cells, Created from Skin Cells in Lab, Found to Produce Insulin

Posted on 18 Jan 2016
Scientists have found a way to convert human skin cells into completely functional pancreatic cells able to produce insulin in response to changes in the levels of glucose, and which, when transplanted into mice, were able to keep the animals from developing diabetes, a new study repo

Pancreatic Cells, Created from Skin Cells in Lab, Found to Produce Insulin

Posted on 18 Jan 2016
Scientists have found a way to convert human skin cells into completely functional pancreatic cells able to produce insulin in response to changes in the levels of glucose, and which, when transplanted into mice, were able to keep the animals from developing diabetes, a new study repo

Improving access to clinical trials when biopsies are required

Posted on 05 Jan 2016
The requirement for tumor tissue specimens and associated analyses in order to participate in clinical trials appears to be a significant barrier to clinical trial enrollment and may delay treatment. Potential solutions to reducing or eliminating these barriers include routine tissue

Why Should I participate?

Posted on 05 Jan 2016
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