Stem cells may cure liver failure

A way to revive failed livers through stem cells could be available within the next few years as clinical tests of a new treatment regimen are underway.  Pharmicell, a Korean pharmaceutical company developing stem cell therapeutics, said Monday that it has submitted a plan for the commercialization of “Livercellgram,” a stem cell therapy for liver failure, to the Korea Food and Drug Administration (KFDA).

View the original article here: Stem cells may cure liver failure – Korea Times

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