Stem cells blamed for cancer re-growth

A microscopic view shows smooth muscle cells derived from human embryonic stem cells showing the nuclei (blue) and proteins of the cytoskeleton (green) in this undated handout photo from the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine. Stem cells taken from amniotic fluid can be transformed into a more versatile state similar to embryonic stem cells and may offer an alternative to the medically valuable but controversial cells, scientists said on July 3, 2012. British researchers said they ha





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