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Team Use Stem Cells to Restore Mobility in Paralyzed Monkey

December 8th, 2010 12:30 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

interval1066 writes “From the article: ‘Japanese researchers said Wednesday they had used stem cells to restore partial mobility in a small monkey that had been paralysed from the neck down by a spinal injury.’ This is huge news in the world of stem cell research; restoring some muscular control to a simian is a huge step. This means that stem cell therapy is a demonstrably viable path to restoring motility for millions of accident victims, palsy and ms sufferers, the list just goes on.”

Source: Team Use Stem Cells to Restore Mobility in Paralyzed Monkey

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