Study: Bone marrow-derived stem cells can fix heart attack damage

12/7/2009 | Yahoo!

An early-stage trial showed that injections of adult stem cells derived from bone marrow proved more effective than placebo in fixing hearts damaged by heart attack. "The results point to a promising new treatment for heart attack patients that could reduce [death] and lessen the need for heart transplants," one of the researchers said.

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