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NPR: Cracking the code to create special blood-forming cells

In the near future, scientists may be able to reproduce blood-forming stem cells in a laboratory. That could save the lives of thousands of people suffering from diseases such as leukemia, lymphoma and other blood cancers. The Dallas doctor who’s brought us closer to this reality published the breakthrough in stem cell research in the national science journal Nature.

Listen to the interview at NPR.

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