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Stem Cell Network

In pursuit of Canadian excellence and global leadership in applied stem cell research, the Stem Cell Network supports cutting-edge projects that translate research discoveries into new and better treatments for millions of patients in Canada and around the world. Learn more

Cancer stem cells, first identified by Canadian John Dick in 1994, have been discovered in leukemia, other blood cancers, brain tumours, breast tumours, skin cancers, bone cancer, lymphoma and colon cancer.

New Stem Cells and Disease summaries

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2014 Till & McCulloch Meetings

Stem Cell Network 2012-13 Annual Report

What you need to know about stem cell therapies

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Signals Blog

Stem cell news, comments and trends written by Canadian and international experts.

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From Stem Cells to Human Development

September 21-24 2014
Surrey, UK

The Complex Life of mRNA

October 5-8, 2014
Heidelberg, Germany

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