Company announces feat on special stem cells

03/3/2010 | North County Times (Temecula, Calif.)

International Stem Cell has successfully developed stem cells derived from unfertilized human egg cells for two years, demonstrating that the cells are stable for use in studies and treatment of diseases, said Kenneth Aldrich, the company's chairman. "Our view is to try to get as many researchers focused on as many different disease targets as we can, using our cells," Aldrich said.

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