Global Stem Cells Group and Burton Feinerman, M.D. to Offer New Stem Cell Therapies for Neurodegenerative Conditions

Global stem cells group and associate Burton Feinerman M.D. have announced plans to offer innovative stem cell therapies to treat patients with specific neurodegenerative conditions. MIAMI AND TAMPA, FLA. (PRWEB) AUGUST 24, 2015 Global Stem Cells Group, has announced plans to collaborate with regenerative medicine specialist Burton Feinerman M.D. to offer new stem cell therapies…

Stem Cell Training Achieves 2015 Goal, Training 402 Physicians in 27 Cities Worldwide

Global Stem Cells Group announces that its subsidiary, Stem Cell Training achieved its 2015 goal in August, training 402 physicians in 27 cities worldwide. Stem Cell Training Stem Cell Training has emerged as a worldwide leader in training physicians in these important protocols. Global Stem Cells Group and its subsidiary Stem Cell Training, Inc. is…

Could stem cells repair the damaged brain in Alzheimer’s?

Could stem cells repair the damaged brain in Alzheimer’s?

Stem cell therapies may hold the cure to Alzheimer’s, although so far that cure has been elusive. People who suffer from Alzheimer’s disease experience disorientation regarding time and place, changes in mood, personality and behavior, memory loss, difficulty solving problems or planning, and difficulty writing or performing other routine and familiar tasks. This progressive and…

Global Stem Cells Group to Move Headquarters to Larger Miami Lakes Office Complex

Global Stem Cells Group has announced plans to move its expanding network of stem cell and regenerative medicine companies to larger offices in the Miami Lakes Corporate Center. Citing fast-paced growth and the need for more space to accommodate its expanding operations, Global Stem Cells Group CEO Benito Novas has announced plans to move the…

New Stem Cell Research Shows Promising Results for Muscular Dystrophy

New Stem Cell Research Shows Promising Results for Muscular Dystrophy

The term muscular dystrophy (MD) refers  to a group of disorders in which a genetic abnormality causes muscles responsible for controlling movement to become weak, and muscle mass to be lost. These inherited disorders usually affect voluntary (skeletal) muscles, although weakness can also extend to the muscles that control respiration and swallowing. Given that the genetic…