Stemcells come alive: Fix Mouse with severed spine ABCnews

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abclocal.go.com Carolyn Johnson In a matter of days, a Bay Area company will launch a unique stem cell trial that could produce a major breakthrough. It may offer the first hope of someday freeing paralyzed patients from their wheelchairs. Paralysis patient Roman Reed has never let go of the dream of walking again.

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