No cancer risk in stem cells, study says

02/14/2008 | Forbes

Japanese scientists were able to transplant stem cells derived from mature adult cells into mice using a retrovirus without causing cancer. They found that the implanted induced pluripotent stem cells avoided sites that are known to cause tumors in mice, and the mice remained free of tumors for six months.

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