New stem cell therapy technique could repair damaged hearts

10/27/2013 | Singularity Hub

A new stem cell therapy technique to treat heart damage, which involves delivering stem cells encased in a gummy substance via surgery, has been tested in mice. Researchers used a type of stem cells available in bone marrow, fat and other tissues. The method, described in the Journal of the American Heart Association, could be refined to enable delivery by catheter or needle.

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