Stroke patient responds well to stem cell therapy

12/3/2008 | Reuters · Times (London) (subscription required), The

A 49-year-old man who received Biocompatibles International's stem cell therapy for stroke regained speech and recovered from paralysis, CEO Crispin Simon said. Simon clarified that the findings were from a single case and not outcomes from a study of the treatment, which is in Phase I/II development.

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