Novel Stem Cell Technique Shows Promise for Bone Repair
January 23, 2014
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Belgian doctors have successfully repaired bones using stem cells from fatty tissue. They say the new technique could become a benchmark to treat patients recovering from bone tumor surgery and a wide range of bone disorders. Jim Drury reports.
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