Published in Lab Law Weekly, November 24th, 2006
A unique procedure was applied at the hospital that was specifically designed for Parkinson patients. This patient was 52-year-old Penny Thomas, Hawaii, whose progress is being carefully monitored.
The treatment at Tiantan Puhua Hospital introduces human retinal pigment epithelial cells (hRPE) to patients' bodies causing them to naturally produce dopamine, enhancing dopamine levels in the brain. The hospital's use of hRPE cells means that patients do not have immunosuppressive...
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