Health & Medicine

February 15, 2016 3:30 PM

From pets to people? UC Davis vets’ stem cell work gives humans hope

About 20 cats have shown marked relief from chronic mouth inflammations

Therapy uses feline stem cells extracted from fatty stomach tissue

Stem cell therapies for companion animals may be ‘translatable’

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