Trial to repair heart attack damage with stem cells

11/7/2006 | BBC

U.K. doctors have begun a trial to see if injections of a patient's own bone marrow stem cells will repair heart muscle damaged during a heart attack less than five hours earlier. The idea is to prevent subsequent heart failure, say scientists who plan to recruit as many as 100 people for the trial.

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