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October 05, 2015

Human Neuronal Cells VS. Animal Models for Drug Development and Neurotoxicity Testing

Dr. James Bennett discusses a new breakthrough in the way we can study therapies for neurological diseases like ALS.

September 04, 2015

Questionable Stem Cell Treatments for Athletes

Brent Schrotenboer of USA Today discusses the use of questionable stem cell research, focusing on its use in sports medicine and its practice in illegitimate clinics, both in the USA and elsewhere.

March 15, 2015

Dr. Paul Knoepfler on the subject of Stem Cell Transplantation

Dr. Paul Knoepfler, biomedical scientist, science writer, advocate and cancer survivor offers important, easy to understand facts about stem cell transplantation.

March 13, 2015

Focus Shifts to Brain’s Motor Neurons

Results of a study suggest that an early dysfunction of motor neurons in the brain may be a significant contributor to later disease development.

March 13, 2015

How Astrocytes Help Neurons Survive

Su-Chun Zhang, PhD, of the University of Wisconsin, Madison, has discovered that astrocytes may play a significant role in how neurons survive, thrive and regenerate.

January 28, 2015

How to Avoid Fraudulent Stem Cell Practitioners

ALS Worldwide seeks to empower patients and families by exposing deceitful organizations that make grandiose statements about their capabilities to treat or cure ALS/MND.