Stem cells show promise for heart attack patients, study says

02/15/2012 | HealthDay News

A small study found treating heart attack patients with their own cardiac stem cells led to regrowth of damaged heart muscle and reversed scarring, U.S. researchers reported in The Lancet. The study compared the stem cell therapy to traditional post-heart attack care of medication and exercise therapy.

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