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Report challenges blood stem cell role in rebuilding heart

By Gareth Cook
Globe Staff / March 22, 2004

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One of the most spectacular biomedical findings of the past few years was called into question yesterday when scientists published evidence that they had failed to get stem cells in the blood to rebuild the heart. (Full Article: 1083 Words)

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