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Eugene Bell, 88, biotech leader in creating human tissue

By Bryan Marquard
Globe Staff / July 9, 2007

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Years of meticulous research came to fruition for Eugene Bell more than a quarter-century ago when he mixed human cells, collagen, and other ingredients to create a skin-like tissue that could be grafted onto severely injured patients, such as those who had been badly burned. (Full article: 1026 words)

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