The cardiac stem cells injected into the scar tissue were removed from a portion of the upper chamber of Jones’ heart and were sent to Harvard University and Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston to grow the cardiac stem cells. The procedures is fairly simple and minimally invasive as well...
The Medical Quack .... by Barbara Duck
The Medical Quack
Sun, Jul 26 2009
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