More Videos

Julian Diaz deals with bladder cancer 2:39

Julian Diaz deals with bladder cancer

Thief grabs bag with $30,000 worth of cash and jewelry while victim pumps gas 0:59

Thief grabs bag with $30,000 worth of cash and jewelry while victim pumps gas

Homeless camps grow along shores of American River 1:29

Homeless camps grow along shores of American River

Chad Mayes responds to failed vote to oust him as Assembly GOP leader 0:46

Chad Mayes responds to failed vote to oust him as Assembly GOP leader

Packed crowd turns out for Imagine Justice Concert 0:58

Packed crowd turns out for Imagine Justice Concert

49ers spiff up Levi's Stadium 0:38

49ers spiff up Levi's Stadium

49ers Solomon Thomas: 'Whatever's best for the team, I'll be there' 1:05

49ers Solomon Thomas: 'Whatever's best for the team, I'll be there'

Here's Bonnie Tyler singing 'Total Eclipse of the Heart' on cruise ship during total eclipse 1:03

Here's Bonnie Tyler singing 'Total Eclipse of the Heart' on cruise ship during total eclipse

Up-close look at Del Oro, Folsom and Oak Ridge football practices 1:48

Up-close look at Del Oro, Folsom and Oak Ridge football practices

Unique home buying opportunities in little known Sacramento region neighborhoods 1:10

Unique home buying opportunities in little known Sacramento region neighborhoods

  • Video: Sick cats get stem cell therapy at UC Davis

    UC Davis veterinary researchers get promising results in treating painful feline mouth disease that could yield stem cell treatments for humans.

UC Davis veterinary researchers get promising results in treating painful feline mouth disease that could yield stem cell treatments for humans. Claudia Buck The Sacramento Bee
UC Davis veterinary researchers get promising results in treating painful feline mouth disease that could yield stem cell treatments for humans. Claudia Buck The Sacramento Bee

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

February 15, 2016 3:30 PM

Comments