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Stem Cell Treatment For Blindness

Dr George Lee | Dr Kenneth Fong

26-Jul-13 16:00

Stem Cell Treatment For Blindness

Scientists have succeeded in transforming stem cells into photoreceptors which are able to function in the existing architecture of the mice eye. The Bigger Picture takes a closer look at this breakthrough which is seen to be a big leap forward towards curing blindness.


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