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Dear Guest,

We hope you've had a lovely Summer! This edition of our newsletter covers:

  • ‘´╗┐Reprogrammed’ stem cells to be tested in people with Parkinson’s Disease
  • Introduction to the NDPL Video Library
  • Our trip to Orlando for the FDA Convention in June
  • Our participation in the 2018 ZERO Prostate Cancer Race/Walk

Human Stem Cell Trial for Parkinson’s Disease Treatment  

A new clinical trial involving induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSC) may give patients with Parkinson’s Disease hope for future treatments. Researchers in Japan, under the lead of stem-cell scientist Jun Takahashi, have designed a human stem cell trial for Parkinson’s Disease treatment, where iPSCs will be used to...


NDPL Stem Cell Video Library 

If you've been looking for a collection of videos about stem cells, we've got your solution; the NDPL Stem Cell Video Library.

Take a look through our selection of videos about dental pulp stem cells, other Mesenchymal stem cells, and induced pluripotent stem cells. In such an active field of science, there are always new talks and presentations making it to video format, so check back often! If you have a suggestion for an addition to this library, please contact us here.

NDPL Attends FDA Tradeshow

We met lots of great people at the 2018 Florida Dental Association Convention. From dentists to students, and even some kids, it was a pleasure speaking with so many people about dental stem cells, the process of harvesting and storing them, and how they could be used in future dental. We're especially thankful to have signed up so many new NDPL Dentist Providers! We’re looking forward to...

2018 ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk

On September 9th members of New England Cord Blood Bank, New England Cryogenic Center, and National Dental Pulp Laboratory once again participated in the ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk. 

ZERO uses their ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk series to raise awareness and funds to battle prostate cancer, with the goal of one day eliminating it entirely. More than 750 people contributed to this year’s ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk, raising more than...