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07/01/2013

Parkinson’s Treatment With Pluripotent Stem Cell-Derived Neurons Shows Promise

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06/14/2013

Stem Cell Discovery Could Help Regrow Fingers

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05/15/2013

Cloning Is Used to Create Embryonic Stem Cells

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05/10/2013

New Natural Bone Can be Regrown With Reprogrammed Stem Cells

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05/08/2013

US engineers “print” functioning artificial ear

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05/07/2013

Skin Cells Used To Create Personalized Bone Substitutes

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05/03/2013

Stem cells give young girl a new life

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04/11/2013

British Physicist Stephen Hawking Visits Stem Cell Lab Where ALS Research Is Performed

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04/05/2013

Researchers Put Human Brain Cells in Mice. Why Aren’t Conservatives Freaking Out?

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04/02/2013

How coral can help you grow a new knee

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