Blind People Regain Limited Vision After Stem Cell Transplants

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In the study, researchers coaxed stem cells into developing into cells called retinal pigment epithelium cells, which the scientists transplanted into one eye of each of 18 patients. Visual acuity improved in 10 of the patients’ eyes, remained about the same in another seven patients and got worse in one patient’s eye. The results show that human embryonic stem cells can slow or reverse the ……Blind People Regain Limited Vision After Stem Cell Transplants

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