New Technique to Deliver Stem Cell Therapy May Help Damaged Eyes Regain Their Sight
ScienceDaily (Dec. 5, 2012) — Engineers at the University of Sheffield have developed a new technique for delivering stem cell therapy to the eye which they hope will help the natural repair of eyes damaged by accident or disease. This could help millions of people across the world retain -- or even regain -- their sight.
They are using a membrane to aid engraftment.-maybe better than crazy glue or jello
What, you don't think the 3 luncheons in West Palm Beach were real news? Me either.
And as far as the competition goes, I like what Satchel Paige once said, "Don't look back. Something might be gaining on you."
Truthfully I need new news everyday-I'm very interested in engraftment (those are the articles I look for)-it's the biggest obstacle not the cell lines. It works once it sticks-maybe another use for duct tape? The luncheons are important (or people think you're dead or broke or both)-need to exchange ideas. While this is a race all the SC cos are still neck to neck-they all have stickability problems.