Never Too Old For Stem Cells

Emerging regenerative therapies should be available to patients of all ages.

A recent study from the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute has proven that stem cell transplants in myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS) patients were equally successful for patients age 71-74 as it was for patients age 60-65.  According to Dr. Gregory Abel, an oncologist at Dana-Farber, “This is good evidence that age alone should not limit who should get a [stem cell] transplant for MDS.”

Stem cell treatments promise longer, healthier lives for patients.  This study, in demonstrating that regenerative therapies can be applied to patients of all ages, opens the door to new treatments for diseases that predominantly affect patients of advanced age.

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