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In Landmark Study, Human Stem Cells Restore Monkeys’ Movement After Spinal Cord Injury

11:30 EDT 14 Mar 2018 | Sinngularityhub

Stem cell therapy is highly attractive in its intuitive simplicity: you clean out injured cells, plop down a gang of healthy replacements, sit back, and wait for the body to heal itself. For spinal cord injuries the potential of stem cells to restore movement seems especially within reach. But as it happens, the body isn’t […]

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