Monthly Archives: June 2012

A stem cell cure for Parkinson’s Disease – so close and yet so far away

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Article and image by Vince Giuliano Stem cell injections have been shown to improve symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease (PD) in a rat model, essentially providing a “cure” for the disease.  This is after 20 years of research on stem cell … Continue reading

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Insights into the epigenetics and rejuvenation of adult stem cells – Improving prospects for extraordinary longevity

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By Vince Giuliano Recent research indicates a brighter possibility for extraordinary human longevity – healthy lives extending perhaps to hundreds of years.  The general approach is one I have been discussing for years, Closing the loop in the stem cell … Continue reading

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Free conference webcast – Symposium on Cell Signaling, Inflammation and Aging – June 5 and 6, 2012

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I will be in Las Vegas presenting at one session and moderating another at this symposium.  As mentioned in an earlier blog, the symposium is sponsored by the Hawaii Institute of Molecular Education and will take place at the Trump … Continue reading

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