Doctors at Keio University in Tokyo have succeeded in restoring mobility to monkeys crippled with spinal cord injuries, by transplanting neural stem cells obtained from the spinal cords of fetuses, Hideyuki Okano, the team leader, said Monday.
It was reportedly the first time in history that researchers have succeeded in restoring mobility to primates with spinal cord injuries.
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