Now We're Talking: Videos Show Promise for Treating Autism with Cord Blood

Now We're Talking: Videos Show Promise for Treating Autism with Cord Blood

  • By Benjamin Greene
  • Posted 11/28/2016 11:01:59 AM
Researchers at Duke University Medical Center are bringing new hope to the treatment of autism. They recently concluded a preliminary clinical trial with 25 autistic children ages two through six who were infused with their own cord blood and followed for a year. The results are exciting, enabling them to move to a full-blown phase two study. If the results follow what they have been seeing so far, it will spawn a better, new way to treat autism.

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Watch: Big Steps with Cerebral Palsy & Cord Blood

Watch: Big Steps with Cerebral Palsy & Cord Blood

  • By Benjamin Greene
  • Posted 11/21/2016 9:45:08 AM
One of our favorite cord blood researchers is once again making headway. Dr. Joanne Kurtzberg and a team of researches at Duke University Medical Center are testing the ability for cord blood stem cells to help the brain heal after injury. The accompanying video shows how much of an impact cord blood could have on the treatment of cerebral palsy.

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