Researchers use bone marrow stem cells to form new blood vessels

04/7/2009 | London Free Press (Ontario), The

Canadian experts were able to isolate three kinds of human bone marrow stem cells that worked together to grow new blood vessels in mice. If the results are replicated in human trials, the technique could benefit patients by decreasing pain and increasing blood flow to avoid amputation, the lead researcher said.

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