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Can Autologous Stem Cells Reverse the Damage of a Heart Attack?

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    Stem cell therapies across multiple disciplines continue to demonstrate promising results. How successful are autologous cardiac stem cell treatments proving to be at regenerating cardiac tissue after a heart attack? Which patients would be the best candidates for this procedure, and when might this treatment move from clinical trials into the clinic? Dr. Eduardo Marbán, director of the Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute, developed this procedure, and joins host Dr. Janet Wright to discuss its exciting applications.

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    Stem cell therapies across multiple disciplines continue to demonstrate promising results. How successful are autologous cardiac stem cell treatments proving to be at regenerating cardiac tissue after a heart attack? Which patients would be the best candidates for this procedure, and when might this treatment move from clinical trials into the clinic? Dr. Eduardo Marbán, director of the Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute, developed this procedure, and joins host Dr. Janet Wright to discuss its exciting applications.

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