Friday, 5 October 2007

BBC NEWS | Health | Stems cells 'slow nerve disease'

More interesting news on Stem Cell research, but the scientists rightly warn that the clinical use is still a long way off.

BBC NEWS | Health | Stems cells 'slow nerve disease': "Stems cells 'slow nerve disease'
Stem cells show potential for treating the debilitating nerve condition motor neurone disease, research suggests. A US team found injecting rats with stem cells delayed the onset of MND. Writing in the Transplantation, the researchers from Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions warned clinical use of stem cells was still a long way off."

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