First stem-cell fraud case enters courts

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Stem cell tourism may be on its last legs. Six Los Angeles residents are suing South Korean company RNL Bio and its associates in California for alleged fraud. They claim the company persuaded them to travel to clinics in South Korea, Mexico or China to donate fat tissue and have stem cells from it readministered to cure diseases and even counteract ageing.

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