British scientists grow human heart tissue from stem cells

04/3/2007 | Yahoo!

British scientists report they were able to grow new heart tissue from stem cells of a patient, suggesting valve-tissue transplants could be possible in a few years. The researchers said their work using bone marrow stem cells illustrates it may be possible to make new hearts for transplanting, if a sophisticated international effort were undertaken.

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