Bone marrow stem cells treat asthma in mice, study finds

U.S. researchers said they were able to stop asthma symptoms in mice after injecting them with stem cells derived from bone marrow. They say they hope the bone marrow stem cells could be used as a treatment for patients with asthma and other severe allergic conditions.

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