How long did it take to grow the stem cells for a new windpipe?

How long did it take to grow the stem cells for a new windpipe for a man that was being treated for cancer?

 

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Does stem cell transplant treatment work?

For stem cells to be effective, must the cells be used by relatives

Not necessarily, but it's far more effective when it's a genetic match. Stem cells, however, are treated in such a way that they can be used for most anyone. That's one reason they're so powerful, they match with your own DNA and all. Think of them as cells that haven't been differentiated and ...

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U.S. scientists said cancer stem cells for multiple myeloma make the bone marrow cancer resistant to chemotherapy and other treatments. The finding by the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center, published in the journal Cancer Research, may explain why the disease is so hard to treat, the university ...