Breakthrough in Stem cell research

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Breakthrough in Stem cell research

Fiercebiotech recently reported that: Stem cell research is making significant strides so far this year, advancing in often-unexpected directions.

The Wall Street Journal reported one of the more interesting developments just last week: Yale University doctors were able to treat a 4-year-old girl’s heart defect by implanting a biodegradable scaffolding covered with the patient’s bone marrow cells.

Six months after the surgery, the WSJ explains, the stem cells went away, the scaffolding disappeared, leaving behind a bioengineered construct very much akin to a typical “blood vessel.” The stem cells also disappeared, moving on after they appeared to have helped induce the regeneration.

Read the full article to find out what promising research findings means to stem cell breakthroughs

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