Calif. stem cell agency awards more than $5M to Stanford scientists

Four scientists from Stanford University School of Medicine have received a total of about $5.6 million in grants from the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine for their stem cell research projects. CIRM on Tuesday awarded a total of $25 million in grants to 19 projects aimed at discovering techniques that could keep the immune system from rejecting transplanted stem cells.

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