San Gerardo Hospital in Monza has been involved in bilateral transplants and has been a success of world proportions. This is the first case in the world of anti-rejection therapy with mesenchymal stem cells. In 2007, hands and feet of C. 48 were amputated for secondary necrosis linked to septicemia. In 2008 he started the program of bilateral hand transplants and in 2010 the transplant. The patient has never had any rejection episodes.
Nikoloz is an 8-year-old boy who lives in Georgia (https://parentsguidecordblood.org/en). His parents stored his cord blood in a p [...]
Three almost completely blind people will recover, at least in part, the sight thanks to the first ”liquid” transplant in the field of ophthalmology in Italy.The intervention - pionee [...]