Canada case highlights possible long-term risks of experimental stem cell therapy

(By Brittany Flaherty for STAT)

Stem cell therapies have the potential to treat many conditions, but so far there’s little proof that they do. Even so, clinics around the world offer stem cell-based treatments for a host of medical problems. New research warns that some of these treatments might not be effective and can, in fact, cause harm — sometimes many years down the line.  Continue reading article here…

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