Jun 10, 2023

Transplanted Stem Cells Repair Damaged Heart Muscle in Pigs; Hints at Groundbreaking Cure

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A groundbreaking study conducted by researchers from the Duke-National University of Singapore (Duke-NUS) Medical School has shown promising results in repairing damaged heart muscle by transplanting precursor stem cells into pigs.

The research, which focuses on regenerating heart tissue damaged by a lack of oxygen, could revolutionize the treatment of heart failure in humans, a report shared by NewAtlas tells us.

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