CIRM grantees begin testing stem cells to prevent amputations

CIRM grantees at UC Davis have begun a trial that, if successful, could help prevent some amputations caused by blockages in the blood vessels.

Exercising for the health of my stem cells

The New York Times health blog has a story today adding yet another reason for regular exercise: It's good for stem cells in your bone marrow. When I run, I'm not generally thinking about my bone marrow, I admit. But there are times when I'm thinking about fat (or rather, how much of it I want to eat later in the day), and it turns out those thoughts apply to my bone marrow as well as to other places.

From the New York Times:
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