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The Bahamas Weekly - Okyanos Heart Institute Announces Completion Of Investment Funding

The Bahamas Weekly - Okyanos Heart Institute Announces Completion Of Investment Funding | Stem Cell Therapy for Heart Disease and Regenerative Medicine Research | Scoop.it

Okyanos Heart Institute, whose mission it is to bring a new standard of care and a better quality of life to patients with coronary artery disease (CAD) using adult stem cell therapy, announced today it has raised $8.9 million in its Series B offering. Passion Group founder Ali Shawkat led the round and is a visionary entrepreneur-investor with success in a diverse set of industries including cellular services, telecom, media and healthcare.


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This is an announcement we're happy to make, being that it brings us closer to treating coronary artery disease patients with their own stem cells.

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Experts in adult stem cells to speak at STEMSO conference | Stem Cells Freak

Doctors Amit Patel, Camillo Ricordi, And Allan Wu to discuss the latest progress in adult stem cell therapies at the upcoming STEMSO conference.

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Okyanos Heart Institute Inks Deal with Cytori Therapeutics For Long-Term Supply Agreement

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stem Okyanos Heart Institute and Cytori Therapeutics, NASDAQ: CYTX (San Diego, California), have announced that they have established a ten year supply agreement for the Celution™ System family of produ...


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MEDICINE DOG by Julia Szabo

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One woman's frank medical memoir about saving her dogs and herself.
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Belgian Researchers Repair Bones Using Stem Cells From Fatty Tissue

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By Philip Blenkinsop BRUSSELS, Jan 15 (Reuters) - Belgian medical researchers have succeeded in repairing bones using stem cells from fatty tissue, with a new technique they believe could become a benchmark for treating a range of...

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Can stem cell therapy cure peripheral nerve injury? - India.Com Health

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Nicotine in e-cigs, tobacco linked to heart disease - CNN

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(CNN) -- The nicotine delivered by cigarettes -- even the electronic versions -- may still contribute to heart disease, a new study suggests.
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CNIO: PRODUCING EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS IN LIVING ADULT ORGANISMS

A team from the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO) has become the first to make adult cells from a living organism retreat in their evolutionary ...

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Jacob Blumenthal's curator insight, December 12, 2013 1:43 AM

A very nice movie, demonstrating the discovery of in-vivo stem cells reprogramming.

A link to the paper:http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=24025773

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Melbourne Doctors Use Stem Cells to Aid Cancer Children with Heart Disease

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Japan’s Stem Cell Bill a Regulatory Leadership Milestone

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Japan has long since been a leader in the field of medical science and research, but with the recent passage of a bill aimed at...

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Lung Screens Also Catch Heart Disease - MedPage Today

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Lung Screens Also Catch Heart Disease MedPage Today "Individuals who are at high risk for lung cancer -- by virtue of their age and because they have a smoking history of more than 30 pack-years -- are also at risk of heart disease," she said in...
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Conference To Be Held On Stem Cells - Bahamas Tribune

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FREEPORT – The International Stem Cell Society's global conference will take place February 19-22 at the Grand Lucayan Resort in Grand Bahama, it was announced yesterday.
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TheBahamasWeekly.com - Dr. Leslie Miller to Present On Adult Stem Cell Therapy in Freeport, The Bahamas

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Okyanos Heart Institute has announced that its chief science officer  Leslie Miller, M.D., F.A.C.C., will address the International Stem Cell Society (STEMSO) Global Conference to be held at the Grand Lucayan Resort in Freeport, Grand Bahamas, February 19-22, 2014.

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Stem Cell Conference Underway in Grand Bahama

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Okyanos Heart Institute Inks Deal with Cytori Therapeutics For Long-Term Supply Agreement

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stem Okyanos Heart Institute and Cytori Therapeutics, NASDAQ: CYTX (San Diego, California), have announced that they have established a ten year supply agreement for the Celution™ System family of produ...


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Okyanos Heart Institute CEO Matt Feshbach To Speak On Panel At International Stem Cell Society Global Conference

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Okyanos Heart Institute announces their CEO Matt Feshbach will present at the International Stem Cell Society (STEMSO) Conference. He will join a panel to discuss the opportunities available throug...

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Stem Cells to Blood Vessels in Two Weeks - Promising Developments for Heart Disease Treatment

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KING’S COLLEGE LONDON (UK) — For the first time, reprogrammed stem cells from human skin have been used to develop … Continued

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Okyanos Cell Therapy's curator insight, January 21, 2014 1:26 PM

From stem cells to blood vessels.

 

Using reprogrammed stem cells from human skin, researchers developed an artificial functioning blood vessel. The result?: Significant potential for the treatment of heart disease.

 

Read more at FuturityNews: http://bit.ly/1fgpkME

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Meredith Vieira: Stem Cell Breakthoughs for MS Could Change Her Life

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Meredith Vieira and Richard M. Cohen join Dr. Oz to open up about the daunting challenges of Richard’s multiple sclerosis. Learn how MS affects the brain and new breakthroughs in stem cell research.

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Okyanos Cell Therapy's curator insight, January 15, 2014 11:44 AM
Journalist Meredith Vieira and her husband recently opened up with Dr. Oz about their family’s journey with multiple sclerosis and their hopes for new breakthroughs in stem cell research.
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3 Ways to Protect Your Stem Cells

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Gretchen Dezelick, RN, BSN, CNOR, LHCRM, is the Director of Nursing at Okyanos Heart Institute. Through the Okyanos blog, readers catch just a glimpse of how excited we are about advances in stem c...

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erika rosenthal's curator insight, January 21, 2014 5:21 PM

ANOTHER reason not to microwave food in plastic containers! Save the stem cells!

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Stem Cell Therapy: The Future of Medicine is Right Around the Corner

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Last week, we met in Freeport for the planning of the International Stem Cell Society (STEMSO) global conference on “Bridging the Gap: Research to Point of Care.” When you’re about to have some of ...
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Child with Cerebral Palsy Treated with Umbilical Cord Blood Derived ... - EIN News (press release)

Child with Cerebral Palsy Treated with Umbilical Cord Blood Derived ...
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This is the third infusion of this type performed by Dr Madero to treat infantile cerebral palsy.
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Patient Michael Phelan shares his journey with stem cell therapy for Multiple Sclerosis.

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Miracle of Science: 65 Diseases Treated With Adult Stem Cells

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Biotech advances could make destroying human embryos for research a relic of the past.
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New stem cell breakthrough brings gastrointestinal disorders cure closer to ... - ANINEWS

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