Researchers study potential of stem cells for heart repair

Australian researchers are looking into how stem cells can be used as an alternative treatment for patients with severe chronic angina due to coronary artery disease. The initiative was spurred by the recent discovery of inactive heart cells that can be harnessed to promote heart muscle regeneration.

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