Stem cells are the hottest topic in medicine for a reason. They have the limitless potential of treating diseases previously thought untreatable.

There are over 5,185 registered clinical trials

involving stem cells research on ClinicalTrials.gov

ClinicalTrials.gov is a database of privately and publicly funded clinical studies conducted around the world.

Stem cell clinical trials are research studies designed to answer specific questions about a new treatment or a new way of using a current treatment.

They help researchers and doctors build their knowledge, better understand human diseases, conditions and injuries and establish whether potential treatments are safe and effective.

We have created a list of 23 diseases and illnesses that are currently being investigated for stem cell treatment. Click one for further information:

Ageing

Arthritis

Blindness/Vision Impairment

Cerebral Palsy

Heart Attack

Huntington’s Disease

Lupus

Spine Injury/Disease

ALS

Autism

Brain Injury

Diabetes

Heart Failure

Kidney Disease

Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

Stroke

Alzheimer’s

Back Pain

Cancers

Infertility

HIV

Liver Disease

Parkinson’s

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