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Stem Cell Treatment Named Scientific Breakthrough of the Year

A stem cell technique not requiring the use of embryonic stem cells has been named scientific breakthrough of the year by the journal of Science. Scientists state that the use of induced pluripotent stem cells in various treatment methods has “opened a new field of biology almost overnight”, with research teams from across the globe making major strides in this area of stem cell research throughout the year.

A stem cell technique not requiring the use of embryonic stem cells has been named scientific breakthrough of the year by the journal of Science. Scientists state that the use of induced pluripotent stem cells in various treatment methods has “opened a new field of biology almost overnight”, with research teams from across the globe making major strides in this area of stem cell research throughout the year.

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