Stem cells implanted in hearts of two Australian patients

02/6/2006 | Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), The

In hopes of improving cardiac function, Australian doctors implanted adult stem cells in the hearts of two men with badly blocked arteries. The procedure, involving the injection of stem cells extracted from the patients' bone marrow, was carried out as the first part of a phase I trial of 10 patients.

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