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Stem cells from uterus treat Parkinsons in mice

from Reuters

Stem cells from the lining of a woman's uterus transformed into brain cells when they were injected into mice whose brains had damage resembling Parkinson's disease, researchers reported. The findings suggest that women with Parkinson's could serve as their own stem cell donors, the team at Yale University School of Medicine in Connecticut said. And because the cells are easy to find, banks of tissue-matched endometrial stem cells could be set up, they said. more

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