Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Pictures of Addi and Cassi's Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells ("iPS" cells made from their own skin)


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6 Responses to “Pictures of Addi and Cassi's Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells ("iPS" cells made from their own skin)”
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  2. David Grimes says:

    Great set of photos that show the potential for doing this sort of research. Stem cell therapy is something I have started researching recently and this page is another step to understanding it a little more. Thanks for educating me!

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  4. I came across your page because I’m doing research on stem cell therapy. My husband’s kidney that is a donor kidney from 16 years ago is failing. We went to Mexico a month ago for stem cell therapy. If it works he will never need dialysis or an new kidney. I’m angry that the US is holding out on us and not moving forward with stem cell therapy. I think I may dedicate my life to getting stem cell therapy approved in the US. Your story has inspired me. Keep fighting!!

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