September 20, 2013
Every 45 seconds, someone has a stroke in the United States. If it doesn’t kill you, it may leave you severely paralyzed. Now, there may be a way to repair damage done in the brain using the body’s own stem cells.
Topics: Health Medical Pharma, biotechnology, Biology, Cell biology, Stem cell treatments, Cord blood bank, Stem cell, Developmental biology, stroke, cloning, Ivanhoe, Stem cells