Items Tagged ‘Dr. Allan Dietz’

November 27, 2019

Mayo Clinic research is a step toward hope for spinal cord injuries

By Susan Buckles Susan Buckles

Early research published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings examines the first case at Mayo Clinic of stem cell therapy tested in humans for spinal cord injury. The case study found stem cell intervention, which took place after standard surgery, and physical and occupational therapy, restored some function in a patient with spinal cord injury. The report, […]

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Tags: #Mayo Clinic Proceedings, #Spinal cord injury research, #stem cell lumbar puncture, #stem cell research, Dr. Allan Dietz, Dr. Mohamad Bydon, Dr. Wenchun Qu, Mayo Clinic Center for Regenerative Medicine, spinal cord injury


August 6, 2019

Mayo Clinic Startup Earns World Economic Forum Award

By Susan Buckles Susan Buckles

With the promise of potential lifesaving treatments like chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-Cell therapy comes complex challenges. For instance: how can we be sure the right cells are going to the right patient? How can we communicate problems with manufacturing that would affect a patient’s treatment schedule? To address those concerns, Mayo Clinic startup company […]

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Tags: #Andrew Danielsen, #CAR T-cell therapy, #Dr. Jeffrey Winters, #Mayo Clinic Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology, #Mayo Clinic Ventures, #The World Economic Forum, #Vineti, Dr. Allan Dietz, Dr. Yi Lin, Mayo Clinic Center for Regenerative Medicine


June 8, 2016

Promising Application for Stem Cells: Crohn’s Complications

By centerforregmedmc centerforregmedmc

New research at Mayo Clinic is bringing hope to hundreds of thousands of Crohn’s disease patients. Their extreme pain from complications is both physical and emotional and, for many, incurable. But, an innovation using the patient’s own stem cells seems to work extremely well in early testing. Eventually, researchers say, it may be used to treat […]

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Tags: Crohn's Disease, Dr. Allan Dietz, Dr. Eric Dozois, Dr. William Faubion, fistula, Mayo Clinic, Medical Research, regenerative medicine, stem cells


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