Stanford Lab Grows Cornea Cells for Transplant

Source: San Jose Mercury News

Monday, April 17, 2017 | Cornea , Medical Studies


A Stanford research team has created a potentially powerful new way to fix damaged corneas — a major source of vision problems and blindness. Millions of new eye cells are being grown in a Palo Alto lab, enlisting one of medicine’s most important and promising new tools: refurbishing diseased and damaged tissue with healthy new cells.

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