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  • clinical
  • In the past, slow freezing procedures were carried out with no reliable clinical outcomes, especially in egg freezing programs. (weebly.com)
  • Across Canada, provincial governments are trying to decide if they will help fund clinical trials to further test the procedure for patients with MS. Saskatchewan (the province with the highest prevalence of MS) has confirmed that they will support fund clinical trials of the procedure but so far, there are no commitments from other provinces one way or the other. (researchethicsblog.com)
  • But now, a working group from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research and The MS Society of Canada have unanimously recommended against supporting clinical trials of Zamboni's procedure in Canada, according to a CBC news story this morning. (researchethicsblog.com)
  • of adipose-derived mesenchymal control cells (ADMSCs) recommending that a little quantity of adipose tissues can produce enough control cells with growth and difference potential for autologous cell transplantation, in desperate clinical configurations specifically. (neuroart2006.com)
  • Transfers
  • There have been reports of improved implantation and pregnancy rates with frozen embryo transfers as compared to fresh autologous embryo transfer, suggesting superior endometrial receptivity in the absence of ovarian stimulation (2, 3). (weebly.com)
  • known
  • On August 2nd, we blogged about the controversial treatment for MS, called the "liberation procedure", created by Italian neurosurgeon Paolo Zamboni, who has theorized that MS is caused by a narrowing of the veins that drain blood from the brain, a condition known as chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency (CCSVI). (researchethicsblog.com)
  • years
  • It was discovered that this set of people had to cope with some psychological problems, even years after the procedure. (genetherapy.me)
  • safety
  • There is an overwhelming lack of scientific evidence on the safety and efficacy of the procedure, or even that there is a link between blocked veins and MS. (researchethicsblog.com)