Study Finds New Brain Cells Develop into Our Nineties

Study Finds New Brain Cells Develop into Our Nineties

June 6, 2019 — Discoveries in recent years have shown that, contrary to popular belief, neurogenesis—the growth and development of new neurons—can occur into adulthood. But now a new study from the University of Illinois at Chicago finds that new …

Dr. Matthew Stiebel Speaks at the Fifth International Knee Update

Dr Matthew Stiebel

Davos, Switzerland, April 6, 2019 — Matthew Stiebel, MD spoke at the fifth International Knee Update in Davos, Switzerland yesterday. Dr. Stiebel, a board certified orthopedic specialist from Palm Beach and a treating physician at the Okyanos Center for Regenerative …

Parkinson’s In The News

An article published in the Journal of Parkinson’s Disease says newly developed stem cell technologies show great promise in treating the disease over the next two decades. Parkinson’s is the second most common neurodegenerative disease worldwide and is currently without …

Stem Cell Research: Lupus A New POC Study

The Lupus Foundation of America spotlights a proof of concept (POC) study out of Spain that shows promising results for stem cell therapy treatment. The study captured results using mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) to treat lupus nephritis. The MSCs have …