Cord blood stem cell therapy without immune suppression?

The first scientific review of the rationale for the practical use of umbilical cord stem cells without the use of immune suppression was published in the Journal of Translational Medicine and it is freely available: “the authors propose that expanding the use of cord blood to non-preconditioned adult recipients for regenerative purposes would be a… Continue reading Cord blood stem cell therapy without immune suppression?

The philosophical problems of life extension in post partitions

With this paragraph on blogging Merlin Mann of 43 Folders hit the nail on my head: “Remember that your blog is only incidentally a publishing system or a public website. At its heart, your blog represents the evolving expression of your most passionately held ideas. It’s a conversation you’re holding up with the world and… Continue reading The philosophical problems of life extension in post partitions