World’s first stem cell therapy trial to regrow breast tissues

| | October 29, 2012
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A new step has been taken towards the development of a technique, which will allow the possibility of reconstructing breasts. A group of scientists from the Bernard O’Brien Institute of Microsurgery has made an attempt in which they have used fat cells to grow breast tissues. They have done it for a patient who was diagnosed with cancer and had also undergone surgery. Lead scientist Professor Wayne Morrison said they have constantly monitoring the progress of woman, as it has to be seen that whether the woman is able to retain the re-grown tissues or not.

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