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Regenerative Medicine Looks to the Future
- After nearly a decade-long federal moratorium on embryonic stem cell research, regenerative medicine took a serious hit. Yet sometimes from adversity comes innovation. Like-minded regenerative medicine industry leaders illustrated this point at the recent “New York Stem Cell” summit. With novel cell lines involving pure pluripotent embryonic progenitors and ...
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