Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Stem cells reportedly help toddler see for the first time

A 2-year-old British girl born without sight can see after doctors in China injected her with stem cells from umbilical cord blood in an effort to repair her damaged optic nerves. The girl was able to track objects and recognize people three weeks after receiving the treatment, according to this article. The Sun (London)

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