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Stem cells to fight brain diseases say Cambridge scientists
Written by ELEANOR DICKINSON
Sufferers of serious brain diseases could one day be helped by stem cell treatments, according to scientists at Cambridge University.
Scientists at the University hope to be able to use the regenerative power of stem cells to treat major brain conditions such as Parkinson’s and Huntington’s disease.
Their findings are expected to be revealed at the Cambridge Festival of Science next month.
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