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First-in-humans study introduces next generation cell therapy
Translating a Mayo Clinic stem-cell discovery, an international team has demonstrated that therapy with cardiopoietic (cardiogenically-instructed) or “smart” stem cells can improve heart health for people suffering from heart failure. This is the first application in patients of lineage-guided stem cells for targeted regeneration of a failing organ, paving the way to development of next generation regenerative medicine solutions. Dennis Douda has this report. [TRT 2:05]
Results of the clinical trial appear online of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology
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