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May
14

(Louisville, KY) – The National Stem Cell Foundation and the National Multiple Sclerosis Society announced today they will partner on two research projects focused on myelin repair and regeneration. Myelin is the insulation around nerve fibers attacked by the immune system in MS, resulting in the inability of nerve cells to talk to each other and leading to progressive loss of function. Other demyelinating diseases that will benefit from this research include a number of rare genetic disorders that affect children and young adults.

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December
28

We’re having some fun today with a :15-second public service announcement at the Green Bay Packers and Detroit Lions game. Check it out here! NSCF has partnered with the Orthopaedic Research & Education Foundation to fund adult stem cell research …

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Stem cells for debilitating skin diseases

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December
16

Scientists have used stem cells to make fresh, healthy human skin in a laboratory dish, offering a new route for treating a group of debilitating skin diseases.