Scientists to Use iPS Cells to Develop Method to Treat Parkinson

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(May 20, 2015) - Researchers at Kyoto University are set to begin clinical studies, possibly as early as next year, to verify a cell replacement therapy that uses human induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells to treat Parkinson’s disease. It would be the first time for nerve cells developed from iPS cells to be transplanted into the human brain. Read more…

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