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Stem Cells Continue March Toward Clinic
New Methodologies and Technologies Abound in Both Quality and Quantity
- Stem cell therapy holds great promise for various diseases. In fact, in what many are hailing as a medical milestone, European researchers have successfully transplanted a trachea built from a patient’s own stem cells to replace a failing airway damaged by tuberculosis, according to a recent article in The ...
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