Stem Cell Therapy Could Regenerate Damaged Heart Muscle After Heart Attacks

A promising stem cell therapy approach could soon provide a way to regenerate heart muscle damaged by heart attacks. Researchers at Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute and The Johns Hopkins University harvested stem cells from the hearts of 17 heart attack patients and after prepping the cells, infused them back into the patients' hearts. Their study is published in the current issue of The Lancet. The patients received the stem cell infusions about three months after their heart attacks....Full Story
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