Miniature human stomach grown from stem cells
from Medical News Today
For the first time, scientists have grown a fully functioning, miniature human stomach using pluripotent stem cells. The researchers — from Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center in Ohio — say their creation is an "unprecedented tool" that can be used to study an array of diseases that threaten public health, such as cancer and metabolic syndrome.
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