Cardiac stem cell injections help repair hearts, study finds

Preclinical research at King's College London found that re-injected cardiac stem cells can help repair and regenerate muscle tissue damaged by heart attacks. The findings, published in the journal Cell, could result in less invasive heart failure treatments. Researchers plan to initiate clinical trials next year to assess the efficacy of cardiac stem cells in the prevention and treatment of heart failure.

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