Fat transplants could be less risky than organ transplants for metabolic disease treatment
from MedCity News
Researchers at Penn State College of Medicine are working to help stop maple syrup urine disease by using fat transplants. Chris Lynch, a professor of cellular and molecular physiology at Penn State College of Medicine, worked on a study of the tissue transplant and said they were working on inborn errors of metabolism, not obesity or diabetes.
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