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Stem Cells in Focus Blog

  • 9 November, 2020

    Stem Cells May Offer Key to Treating Venomous Snake Bites

    Fifty people are bitten by a snake every five minutes, and one will die in this silent healthcare crisis. Novel stem cell research has allowed scientists to successfully grow mini venom-producing organoids in a petri dish, which may be used to develop accessible and affordable antivenom therapies.

  • 9 October, 2020

    Closing in on Pluripotent Stem Cell Therapies for Liver Diseases

    The liver, our largest internal organ, plays vital roles in food metabolism, energy storage, and elimination of toxins. Liver disorders kill more than two million people per year, representing a significant global health challenge. Researchers are looking to the potential of stem cell research to provide novel treatments to patients who don’t have access to a liver transplant, the only available treatment for end-stage liver disease.

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