Co-author Dr. Jaime Imitola of UConn Health, said: "They use fancy websites promising cures left and right, but which are nothing of the sort. They steal your money but give nothing in return."
"This represents a milestone in 'personalized medicine' for Parkinson's," said Kwang-Soo Kim, director of the Molecular Neurobiology Laboratory at McLean Hospital.
Professor Jian Feng of the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences told Newsweek: "This will enable the generation of human cells, tissues or even organs in animals."
"Why do supercentenarians age so slowly?" study author Evan Y. Snyder said. "We are now set to answer that question in a way no one has been able to before."
Letters alerting families were mistakenly sent to the children rather than their parents.
A team from Massachusetts General Hospital has created one of the most advanced models of Alzheimer's disease ever seen.
The rats were drinking the human equivalent of over one bottle of vodka per day, for months.
In general, these kinds of small studies are done to make sure a treatment is safe. To figure out whether it really works, more studies have to be done.
Data from a highly anticipated, landmark study have finally been presented.
The new method involves creating several trees from one plant and therefore could be a "game-changer," according to one scientist.
A medical startup has developed an experimental "SkinGun"—the world's first device to use a patient's stem cells to directly heal the skin.
When Bush banned federal money going into stem cell research, the states stepped in.
Ten patients with age-related macular degeneration will undergo stem cell transplants with the promise of vision restoration.
Scientists said genetically-modified children could be "morally acceptable" in the future.
Stem cells from people of the same gender can be used to create human egg and sperm cells.
Researchers hope the chemical could be used to treat Alzheimer's disease.
The rising scientific star claimed to be able to produce stem cells from ordinary cells in simple laboratory procedures.