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The Stem Cell Program at Children’s Hospital Boston Launches New Website

Are stem cells effectively used in human therapies today? Does the ability to reprogram adult stem cells mean we no longer need embryonic stem cell research? Is it true that the stem cells produced through genetic reprogramming may become cancerous? Embryonic stem cells are said to have so much promise, but when will they lead to cures?

These questions are just some of those mostly frequently asked by a confused public searching for answers, according to the doctors and researchers at the world-renowned Stem Cell Program at Children’s Hospital Boston — and they are among the primary reasons for launching today a new website. Read the full release.

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