Therapy Extends Life In Rats With Nerve Disease, University of Wisconsin-Madison and Keio University Study

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MADISON, Wisconsin (Reuters) – Treatment with genetically modified stem cells helped rats with a paralyzing disease live significantly longer, U.S. researchers said on Monday in a finding that could one day help humans.

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