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The Promise in Selling Stem Cells (The New York Times) ...Stem cells might someday be used to grow new heart, liver or brain tissue for people whose own organs are damaged, allowing the body to repair itself....... most scientists now say that even if telomerase is turned off, a tumor might still grow substantially before the telomeres in its cells run out and the cells die.......~~~But she and others said a telomerase inhibitor could still be important in stopping the tiny tumors that break off a main tumor and spread through the body, causing a recurrence of disease.... - Aug 26 8:54 AM ET

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