Study: Stem Cells May Help Aid Corneal Wound Healing

15:12 EDT 1 Aug 2017 |

(UPI) – A new study has found the use and transplantation of stem cells in corneal wound healing to improve the healing process and benefit patients, researchers report. Researchers at Cedars Sinai Medical Center found that by using corneal stem … Read More

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