U.K. allows human trials of stem cell injections to fix hearts

01/23/2008 | Guardian (London), The

The British Human Tissue Authority has granted a team of scientists approval to conduct experiments on the use of stem cell injections to repair patients' damaged hearts. The trial will involve 60 people who have suffered the most severe heart attacks and will use a class of stem cells that makes up 1% of the subjects' bone marrow.

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