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Stem cell research hopes to repair brain damage of Parkinson’s disease

Australian scientists have developed a new technique using stem cells, in the hope to replace damaged cells in Parkinson’s disease. The technique, to replace the dopamine-producing brain cells, could be developed for application in other degenerative conditions.

Read more at The University of Melbourne

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