Her son still died. Vox is investigating addiction treatment in America. Here’s their first story. With comments from our Brendan Saloner

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Backers of Maryland’s stem cell ecosystem hope a federal judge’s ruling last week in a Florida case that the Food and Drug Administration can regulate stem cell treatments is the first step toward protecting their legitimacy. With comments from our Debra Mathews

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In a decision expected to send a chill through the booming stem cell industry, a federal judge ruled in favor of the Food and Drug Administration on Monday in a lawsuit against a Florida-based stem cell company whose treatments have blinded at least four patients

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ISSCR, an international stem-cell body says the country’s proposed law could put patients at risk

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Dani Shapiro writes, “One evening in the winter of 2016, my husband mentioned that he was sending away for one of those commercial DNA-testing kits. He asked if I wanted him to order me one as well. I could easily have said no…”

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Clear Up This Stem-Cell Mess

September 27, 2018

Confusion about mesenchymal stem cells is making it easier for people to sell unproven treatments, warn Douglas Sipp, Pamela G. Robey and Leigh Turner

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But some clinics stray from the science and hype its benefits. Walk into Kalypso Wellness Centers in San Antonio, Texas, and you might be treated with one of five “proprietary blends” of ketamine. They’re not cheap — $495 per infusion

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The Food and Drug Administration’s crusade against irresponsible stem cell clinics is heating up. On Wednesday, the agency announced it was seeking permanent injunctions against two of the most prominent clinics in the US. The injunctions, if successful, would bar the clinics and specific doctors there from performing unapproved stem cell therapies

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