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Research Focus

Stem cells have the potential to treat conditions such as spinal cord injury, heart attacks, strokes, sports injuries, blindness, cancer, diabetes, multiple sclerosis, bone and cartilage damage. Find out more about the latest research projects we support.

Heart Disease

A study investigating whether damage to the heart muscle caused by heart attack, can be prevented by using stem cells from the patients own bone marrow.

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Glaucoma

The latest findings from a project funded by the UK Stem Cell Foundation offers new hope to millions affected by glaucoma.

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Spinal Cord Repair

Professor Raisman has pioneered the use of olfactory ensheathing stem cells, taken from the patient’s own upper nasal passages, and used to help regrow nerve fibres.

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The Skinny Food Co - Corporate Partnership 2021

The Skinny Food Co - Corporate Partnership 2021

"Here at The Skinny Food Co, we are proud to be a corporate sponsor for UKSCF because we feel passionate about supporting the funding of critical research that has and will continue to change the lives of so many people. Our business was founded for being accessible to all leases of life, especially as our founders have a background of diabetes, and so now we want to put our values and goals into further practice."

UKSCF Newsletter - Summer 2020

UKSCF Newsletter - Summer 2020

The Summer 2020 issue of our newsletter "Renew" has been published and is available for download below.

Christmas Fayre fundraising - thanks to Steve Moorlen

Christmas Fayre fundraising - thanks to Steve Moorlen

Special thanks to Steve Moorlen for his fundraising efforts at his Christmas Fayre, and being a huge supporter of the charity.

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See how stem cell research is the most promising area of medical science today.

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