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Umbilical cord tissue stem cells and lung cancer therapy

A National Health Service trial has been established to investigate the viability of lung cancer stem cell therapy as a replacement for chemotherapy.
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Maladie krabbe

Umbilical Cord Blood and Krabbe Disease

A study published by the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine suggests cord blood could extend the lives of children with Krabbe disease.
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Transplantation cellules souches enfants

Transplantation of blood stem cells in Children

Transplantation of blood stem cells in Children
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Anémie

Umbilical cord blood and hematopoietic stem cells as treatment for anemia

People affected by anemia have a reduced capacity to carry oxygen because of anomalies or low quantity of hemoglobin in the blood. The main treatments for this condition are provided by changes in dietary habits, but transfusions and other aggressive measures are necessary in the most serious cases; the final therapy being bone marrow transplantation. This procedure is […]
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Annonce grossesse

HOW TO ANNOUNCE PREGNANCY TO YOUR PARTNER

"Oh my god, I'm pregnant!" How to give the good news to your partner? Why not in a fun and creative way? Read our advices.
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Hypnobirthing: my body is relaxed, my mind is calm, my baby is on its way

Hypnobirthing: Kate Middleton’s secret New mothers and many others around the world were amazed and shocked at the lightening recovery of mother Kate Middleton after the birth of little Prince Louis Arthur Charles, fifth in line to the British throne. The web and social media have been rife for days with photographs of new mothers, […]
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How to keep diabetes at bay during pregnancy?

How to keep diabetes at bay during pregnancy? Like other forms of diabetes, diabetes during pregnancy is a disorder which stems from the body’s inability to regulate glucose (blood sugar). Under normal conditions, glucose enters the cells of the various tissues thanks to insulin, a hormone produced by the pancreas. Once it has entered the […]
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It is important to stay in shape during pregnancy!

It is widely known that 20 minutes of exercise each day is good for the physical and mental well-being of both mother and foetus. Certainly, you need to be careful what movements you make and avoid excessive effort. We therefore recommend gentle exercise that involves stretching the muscles and strengthening the tendons and ligaments. Swimming, […]
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Folic acid

Folic acid: a vitamin essential during pregnancy

Folic acid (folate or vitamin B9) is a vitamin that is essential during pregnancy and vital to the correct development of the foetus: its main role is to create new cells, thus facilitating the manufacture of genetic material. Folic acid is not synthesised by our body. It must therefore be taken in through the diet. […]
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St Valentine’s day with a baby bump

Treat yourself to a touch of romance and relaxation, especially during your pregnancy: you deserve a break from swollen feet, back pain and other pregnancy symptoms. Here are some ideas of fun things to do this St Valentine’s day to make you feel good: A romantic dinner – prepare a candlelit dinner with your partner with one […]
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