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Flawed embryos seen as source for stem cells

By Colin Nickerson
Globe Staff / January 28, 2008

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From what is now considered medical waste might be fashioned bio-treasure: stem cells able to form into any of the body's 220 cell types, including blood, nerves, bone, and skin tissue, new research suggests. (Full article: 636 words)

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