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Human Bones Grown From Fat in Laboratory 



Human Bones Grown From Fat in Laboratory

June 10, 2012 - (The Telegraph) - "Scientists have grown human bone from stem cells in a laboratory. The development opens the way for patients to have broken bones repaired or even replaced with entire new ones grown outside the body from a patient's own cells. The researchers started with stem cells taken from fat tissue. It took around a month to grow them into sections of fully-formed living human bone up to a couple of inches long."  Read Full Article


Posted on 2-Jul-12 by Toto, Brent
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