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Treatment of Psoriasis with Mesenchymal Stem Cells

  Psoriasis is an incurable immune-mediated disease, which affects approximately 2% of the world’s population. Current treatments, including newly emerged biologic agents, have some limitations.1 Here, we report 2 cases of psoriasis vulgaris treated by umbilical cord-derived mesenchymal stem cells (UC-MSCs). In these 2 cases, both of the patients remained relapse free for 4 or 5 […]

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Science of Kissing

Philematology: The Science of Kissing. A Message for the Marital Month of June A friend recently sent me a list of “kissing facts” taken from an Internet website. Having reviewed this list, it occurred to me that the information was not necessarily evidence-based. Nevertheless, because it is now June, a time when many marriages occur, […]

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Face to Face or Cyberspace?

Face to Face or Cyberspace: Are Online Meetings Better? Before a recent meeting held for the associate and subspecialty editors of The American Journal of Medicine, a number of us discussed why it was necessary to bring our participants physically to the meeting in Arizona, since it involved considerable expense as well as time away […]

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