Stem cells prolong life of mice in study

01/4/2012 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

University of Pittsburgh researchers significantly increased the lifespan of mice bred to die prematurely by injecting them with stem cells from younger, healthy mice. The treated mice lived at least twice as long as expected. The research suggests a way to address aging concerns in humans.

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