Stem cells are the body’s building blocks, capable of multiplying itself and creating other differentiated cells. Every day, scientists are learning more and more about their potential, and the use of these cells as an internal repair system. From laboratory test tubes to human trials, stem cells are giving new hope to a myriad of people living with health conditions, including Parkinson’s.
Researchers are tirelessly examining the viability of stem cells as a source of new brain cells that could replace the dopamine-generating cells lost due to Parkinson’s.
Below is a replay of a webinar that aired on October 26, 2022. During this one-hour webinar sponsored by BlueRock Therapeutics, we will learn about the promises and challenges of stem cell therapies, and the future of stem cell therapy and Parkinson’s.
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