New Stem Cell Eye Treatment Study Beginning

(Updated March 12, 2017) MD Stem Cells has announced a new and extensive stem cell study  to determine effectiveness of stem cells in ophthalmic disease. The company has been named collaborator for the new Stem Cell Ophthalmology Treatment Study (SCOTS), being conducted in Florida. Conditions eligible for the new study include retinal diseases such as age-related [Read More]

New Retinal Vessels Formed From Stem Cells

by Dan Roberts August, 2002 Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have succeeded in forming new retinal blood vessels in mice with ocular disease. The process uses “pluripotent” adult stem cells, which are derived from bone marrow and injected into the vitreous of the eyeball. When in place, these cells develop into endothelial cells [Read More]