Human stem cells in Parkinson's monkeys briefly halt deterioration

06/12/2007 | BBC

Human stem cells injected into monkeys with Parkinson's disease symptoms prevented further deterioration of damaged brain cells, but only for four months, a study says. The researchers said they had expected the stem cells to replace the damaged cells.

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