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A 'memory wipe' for stem cells may be the key to better therapies

By Sam Buckberry, Telethon Kids Institute / Senior lecturer, ANU College of Health and Medicine, Australian National University
Stem cells could help regenerate diseased or damaged parts of the body – but first, scientists need to make the cells forget their own histories.The Conversation

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