(Stanford University)
Health and Science
How stem cell treatment can restore motor function for stroke patients
Stanford researchers studying the effect of stem cells injected directly into the brains of stroke patients said that they were "stunned" by the extent to which the experimental treatment restored motor function in some of the patients.
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