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A new implantable device can extract stem cells for therapeutic transplant or program cancer cells to die.
Scientists have developed a way to produce a pure source of muscle cells, a technique that might one day prove useful for treating muscle-related diseases.
Scientists have generated early-stage cloned human embryos, but not stem cells.
Harvard researchers are developing the first drug that specifically targets cancer stem cells.
New methods to reprogram adult cells could create novel models of disease.
Researchers are using human embryonic stem cells to determine the toxicity of potential pharmaceuticals.