Billions of cells die during a heart attack. Regenerative medicine could bring them back.
Only 0.01 percent of human cells were used, but it paves the way for future experiments to combine species.
The method spruces up animal and human organs with new stem cells.
“Our ultimate mission is to make 100 years old the new 60."
Tumors shrank in seven out of 10 vaccinated mice.
While it's an early step, this could lead to major improvements in treatment.
“The new platform represents a giant leap in regenerative medicine.”
The way we see our bodies is changing. Can medical procedures keep up?
"It's taken years of trial and error, making educated guesses and taking baby steps."
The follicles were grown in cultures of stem cells.
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