Stem Cells Successfully Boost Red Blood Cell Production

In the expanding exploration of the unique properties of stem cells, scientists have successfully utilized the power of stem cells to increase production of red blood cells.

“Being able to produce red blood cells from stem cells has the potential to overcome many difficulties of the current system, including sporadic shortages,”  said Dr. Anthony Atala, editor of the journal Stem Cells Translational Medicine, who published the new study.  Dr. Atala was referring to the current system of relying on blood donations to address demand.

Emerging studies such as this demonstrate the expansive capacity of stem cells to address a broad range of medical issues.

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