Scientists edge closer to growing replacement bones

London: Scientists have edge closer to growing replacement bones with stem cell technology. Molly Stevens, professor at Imperial College London and author of a new study said: “Our study brings us on step closer to developing materials that will have the highest chance of success when implanted int patients.” The effort is on to create bone-like materials, derived from stem cells.

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