Adult stem cells have incredible promise in terms of their ability to treat disease. Every day, researchers are working to uncover the latest treatments. From a patient's perspective, it is important to know the outcomes of clinical trials as well as some of the basic or preclinical data that support this therapy in humans. For information on a specific disease category, you can find the latest information by visiting the PubMed.gov website.
On the site, search for "adult stem cell" and the condition you wish to learn more about. For additional information, the PubMed Quick Start Guide is a helpful resource. For more in-depth help, the PubMed Tutorials will guide you though advanced searching.
Want to learn more or become involved in the latest clinical trials involving stem cells? First, check out the MSCTC's list of ongoing studies. If we don't have what you're looking for, visit ClinicalTrials.gov to see what other companies are doing. ClinicalTrials.gov is a registry and results database of publicly and privately supported clinical studies of human participants conducted around the world. For tips on how to conduct searches on ClinicalTrials.gov, click here.