First-of-its-kind study explores whether stem cells might lessen inflammation in CF patients

A team of researchers at University Hospital’s Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospitals are conducting the first ever stem cell trial for cystic fibrosis (CF). Researchers will follow trial participants who receive a single infusion of human mesenchymal stem cells for a year to ensure the safety of the treatment. The goal of the trial is […]

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Texas Congressman Pete Olson dedicates vote for 21st Century Cures Act in honor of Celltex client Sarah Hughes

The U.S. House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed the 21st Century Cures Act on Wednesday, November 30. The bill, which had widespread bipartisan support, will work to promote medical innovation, speed, and access to new drugs and will provide a breakthrough for medical research funding. The bill also includes provisions that address the advancement of regenerative […]

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Celltex welcomes football legends to share stem cell journey at seminar in Georgetown

Celltex was honored to welcome football legends Bob “Mr. Cowboy” Lilly and Jackie Sherrill to a seminar on Tuesday, October 25, 2016 at Berry Creek Country Club in Georgetown, Texas. Bob Lilly, former defensive tackle for the Dallas Cowboys and Jackie Sherrill, former head football coach at University of Pittsburg, Texas A&M University, and Mississippi […]

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Celltex clients address FDA during two-day hearing on stem cell regulation

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) held its much-anticipated hearing on the regulation of human cells, tissues and cellular and tissue-based products (HCT/Ps) on September 12-13, 2016, where it received public comment from hundreds of individuals, including three clients of Houston-based biotechnology company Celltex Therapeutics Corporation. Samantha Wilkinson, Sarah Hughes and her mother, Fiona […]

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Celltex Client Shares Stem Cell Journey with San Antonio Seminar Attendees

San Antonio resident and Celltex client, Stefanie Cowley, shared her inspiring stem cell journey with attendees of the Celltex San Antonio seminar on August 10. Cowley, who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in February of 2007, shared the difficulties of MS that ultimately led her to contact Celltex Therapeutics in 2014. Celltex clients Stefanie Cowley […]

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Implications profound for neurological diseases from autism to Alzheimer’s to multiple sclerosis

Researchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine have found that the brain is directly connected to the immune system by vessels previously thought not to exist. This startling discovery could drastically change the treatment of neurological diseases ranging from autism to Alzheimer’s disease to multiple sclerosis. The vessels, which had previously escaped detection […]

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Frozen adipose-derived mesenchymal stem cells maintain high capability to grow and differentiate

Researchers from Switzerland and Italy have found that adipose-derived stromal cells (ASCs) frozen in liquid nitrogen for future needs, maintain their viability. Researchers discovered that once these frozen cells (the same types of cells used by Celltex) have thawed, they are able to maintain full capability to grow and differentiate into culture. This discovery is […]

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Celltex News Vol. 3: Remarks from the CEO

Welcome to the third issue of Celltex News. Throughout this year, the future of regenerative medicine has been a major topic of conversation and debate. As the United States strives to be at the forefront of medical innovation as it pertains to cellular therapies, Celltex Therapeutics Corporation, a Houston, Texas-based biotechnology company and leader in […]

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Response to Celltex adult stem cell therapy gives one multiple sclerosis patient more mobility and hope

Celltex client Debbie Bertrand continues to improve after receiving her own adult stem cells from Celltex. Debbie Bertrand was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) in 2001 after experiencing a number of troubling symptoms that made it difficult for her to walk and use her hands. Eventually dependent upon a wheelchair but unwilling to simply accept her prognosis, […]

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