September 21, 2020

The Niche

Knoepfler lab stem cell blog

stem cell publishing

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What are the Best Stem Cell Journals in 2020 and is there a stem cell journal list out there? I’ve covered this topic for many years. In this post I have updated the material from over the years and dug more deeply into the question. Looking for a stem cell journal? A regenerative medicine journal more focused on translation and clinical applications? Something more molecular or cellular? Developmental? Where to go for unbiased info? If you need to publish your latest exciting stem cell …Read More

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Looking for a stem cell journal? If you need to publish your latest exciting stem cell manuscript or are wanting to read some stem cell and regenerative medicine articles, you need a stem cell and regenerative medicine journal list. In 2013, I published a list of this kind, but now that it’s 2018, I figured that we need a new, updated list. This also seems like a good first post of the year. Since 2013 some journals have disappeared, while other new ones have …Read More

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Over the years and in particular after Dr. Oz’s show a couple weeks ago, I’ve heard from many patients who are absolutely convinced that stem cell therapies do in fact work and are safe. They have been focused particularly on hematopoietic stem cell therapy (HSCT) for MS but also other investigational applications using a variety of stem cell types including adipose stem cells. Almost without exception the kind of stem cell therapy that patients are referring to in these cases are not conclusively proven to work …Read More

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In my book, Stem Cells: An Insider’s Guide, I have published something new for the stem cell field: a Stem Cell Patients Bill of Rights. I’ve past it below in visual form. As I was making this Bill of Rights, I thought about what patients have told me are the most pressing issues for them as they considering stem cell treatments. I also have done years of research on the most important clinical issues related to the use of stem cells.