A stem cell trial treating heart attack patients will help to see if their "natural environment" can treat the disease. Co-researcher Professor John Martin, from University College London, said:
This trial brings together a powerful partnership of European doctors and scientists to solve a fundamental problem of importance to all people. It will give an answer about whether adult multi-potential stem cells in their natural environment can treat human disease.
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