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CHENNAI: For nearly three years, Sundar (26) was waiting to be told that he could to regain control of his bladder and move around. Sundar, who fell off a tree, injured his spine and was paralyzed below the navel. When doctors at Laksha Hospital in Chennai told him there was hope in the stem cell therapy trials, he signed the consent form. Mumbai-based Dr B S Rajput, consultant orthopaedic and stem cell transplant surgeon at…

The human body is composed of trillions of cells (that’s millions of millions), many of which perform highly specialized functions. For example, your brain is made up of a type of cell called neurons. These brain cells develop specializations that allow them to transmit information throughout the body. All of the specialized cells in the human body develop from a small cluster of cells formed shortly after an egg is fertilized. Each cell in this…

Diabetes is a common life-long condition and the number of children being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes is increasing. The symptoms can be controlled but there is no cure. For many, diabetes means living with daily insulin injections and the possibility of long-term damage to their health. All the cells in your body need energy. This energy is carried around the body as sugar (glucose) in the blood. Normally, blood sugar levels are controlled by…