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CIRM is California's Stem Cell Agency. We fund stem cell to accelerate therapies for patients with unmet medical needs. Follow for news on !
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CIRM 5 Std.
Training the next generation of scientists. How the Magnificent Seven are going to change the future.
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CIRM 17. Jan.
Red letter day for rare disease cystinosis as researchers get go-ahead from for clinical trial
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CIRM 16. Jan.
Supportive scaffolds! Scientists use 3D printing to grow neuronal networks to improve in an animal model
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CIRM 14. Jan.
One doctor’s long journey to develop a treatment for spina bifida. Ten years hard work starting to pay off.
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CIRM 11. Jan.
make the cover of National Geographic - highlighting work done by funded Dr. Clive Svendsen Finally something worth reading in the supermarket checkout line
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CIRM 9. Jan.
How do you sum up, in just 24 pages, research that is saving lives, generating money, creating jobs and is changing the face of medicine? Well, you can take a look at Annual Report and see how we did it
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CIRM 8. Jan.
2018 was a banner year for and research. Just a glance at the numbers shows how the field is growing. The State of the Industry briefing broke down the numbers for 2018, but also looked ahead at the challenges in 2019.
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CIRM 3. Jan.
The power of one voice. How a patient advocate for Parkinson’s disease is helping advance research
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CIRM 31. Dez.
From promising therapies for rare diseases to clinical trials for people going blind, there's been a lot to write about in 2018. Here's the stories that were the most popular on blog The Stem Cellar
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CIRM 21. Dez.
43 years ago Bert Lubin walked into Children's Hospital in Oakland. It was a moment that changed his life and the hospital for ever. And for good!
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CIRM 19. Dez.
specific programs and are generating important tools to advance disease related discovery
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CIRM 17. Dez.
Why the number 71 has particular appeal to California's Agency this December.
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CIRM 14. Dez.
CIRM celebrates clinical trial #50 by hearing from the first ever patient treated in a CIRM trial.
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CIRM 12. Dez.
NIH scientists told to stop buying new fetal tissue for research. Move highlights reason why California voters created CIRM
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CIRM 10. Dez.
New funded research from is uncovering secrets behind "chemo brain" and what can be done to counter it.
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CIRM 7. Dez.
Have we found the "fountain of youth" that will help us fix hard-to-heal broken bones? Plus, a new way of tracking once they are inside your body.
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Daniel Kim 5. Dez.
Lots of exciting research happening @ the Eli & Edythe Broad CIRM Center ! Thanks very much to all of the faculty, postdocs & students for a wonderful seminar visit!
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CIRM 5. Dez.
Researchers at Tel Aviv University say they have created first fully personalized tissue implants using a patient’s own
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Cell Stem Cell 3. Dez.
Morning session at panel discussion on HSC-based gene therapy: Don Kohn, Paula Cannon, Gay Crooks and Anjie Zheng stressing the importance of transparency in reporting advances in genome editing. Also the challenges of delivery methods and lessons for other tissues
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CIRM 3. Dez.
Scientists find that blocking GM-CSF decreases in patients treated with therapy
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