Study will use stem cells to treat effects of cerebral infarction

03/11/2013 | Yomiuri Shimbun (Japan)

Researchers at Sapporo Medical University in Japan are preparing to start clinical studies of a stem cell therapy to treat the effects of cerebral infarction. The study will use stem cells taken from patients' bone marrow and cultivated in the lab. Researchers hope the method could be put into practice within three years.

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