Stem cells could lead to better skin grafts, Canadian researchers say

02/8/2013 | CBC.ca (Canada)

University of Calgary researchers are experimenting with stem cells to create skin grafts that perform more like natural skin. Trauma patients, cancer patients and burn survivors would benefit from better split-thickness skin grafts, researchers said. The researchers aim to create skin grafts that promote healing and allow the growth of follicles.

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