Bradley Olwin

An update on stem cell research related to neuromuscular disease as of July 2009

posted on July 1, 2009 - 5:17pm
Stem cells — immature cells with the potential to develop into different tissue types — have been heralded as a major advance for developing treatments for a variety of diseases. That’s true for diseases of the nerves and muscles, where such cells could potentially be transplanted into the body and either support or replace a patient’s ailing cells.

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