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FDA and Congress Move to Stop Unproven Stem Cell Interventions

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FDA and Congress Move to Stop Unproven Stem Cell Interventions
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Its unclear whether ALS research funding is heating up or entering quiescence . . . these paradoxical stories will strain the conscience . . . stem cells are seen as potentially bringing relief from damage caused, whereas the latter intends at least to beam more light on bunina bodies found in affected neurons.
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