Private funds keep stem cell research viable in Seattle

By Tom Paulson

Imagine injecting a heart attack victim with cells that can immediately rebuild the damaged heart, regenerating a damaged spinal cord to restore movement to a paralytic or curing a disorder such as Parkinson’s by transplanting cells to grow new brain tissue. Such is the promise of stem cells, one of medicine’s hottest areas of research.

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