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Researchers Able to Reprogram Stem Cells to Treat Lou Gehrig’s disease

Scientists at Harvard University and Columbia University found a new technique for reprogramming stem cells which permitted them to grow neurons from cell samples that had been donated by individuals suffering from Lou Gehrig's disease, also called ALS. The finding, which is definitely an important step forward in stem cell research, may trigger to an understanding of how the Lou Gehrig’s disease develops.

Scientists at Harvard University and Columbia University found a new technique for reprogramming stem cells which permitted them to grow neurons from cell samples that had been donated by individuals suffering from Lou Gehrig's disease, also called ALS. The finding, which is definitely an important step forward in stem cell research, may trigger to an understanding of how Lou Gehrig’s disease develops.

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