Scientists to use stem cells to produce synthetic blood

British researchers are planning to use stem cells derived from spare in vitro fertilization embryos to create artificial blood that can be used for emergency transfusions. The National Health Service Blood and Transplant and the Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service are among the institutions involved in the research project.

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