A patient with a spinal cord injury was injected with human stem cells—marking the start of the first clinical trial of a human stem-cell therapy, one that could potentially help paralyzed people walk and control certain bodily functions.
Click to viewTis the time to be amazed: A 38-year-old man has regained vision in his blind eye thanks to a new stem cell therapy. It won't cure all blind people, but it's a giant leap. Here's how it works.
While we debate the morality of stem cell usage here, China's gone ahead and started marketing it as a beauty product. A Beijing medical center is offering "age-reversing" stem cell therapy for your face.