Stem cells help restore damaged retinal tissue, study finds

05/21/2009 | American City Business Journals

Scientists at the University of Louisville found that bone marrow-derived stem cells helped create new cells needed to repair damaged retinal tissue. The finding holds promise for patients who are experiencing vision loss and other eye conditions caused by age-related macular degeneration and hereditary retinal degeneration, according to the university.

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