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Stem Cells May Help Heal Skull Fractures

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    Imagine healing massive skull injuries with bone grown from embryonic stem cells. Researchers at Johns Hopkins University have not only imagined it—they’ve done it. The experiments so far have been done only in mice. But the first trials with humans are not too far away. And the techniques used to grow new bone from stem cells could have wide ranging applications beyond skull injuries. That just happens to be the most dramatic application so far. Host: Paul Raeburn

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    Imagine healing massive skull injuries with bone grown from embryonic stem cells. Researchers at Johns Hopkins University have not only imagined it—they’ve done it. The experiments so far have been done only in mice. But the first trials with humans are not too far away. And the techniques used to grow new bone from stem cells could have wide ranging applications beyond skull injuries. That just happens to be the most dramatic application so far. Host: Paul Raeburn

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