Stem Cells, Mitochondrial Disease, and the United Kingdom’s Ethical Dilemma

As the Vatican prepares to host the Second International Conference on Regenerative Medicine, stem cells have been pushed once again into the international spotlight. In the medical community, tangible progress in the last six months has sparked much conversation of the next steps in bringing therapies to the public.

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Hunting Disease In The Dark: MEDomics Seeks to Treat Mitochondrial Disease Before It Occurs

The core theory behind preventative medicine is almost psychic. To stop a disease from wielding its mighty weapons before it occurs is based on foreknowledge of a patient’s susceptibility to the illness.

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