Menstrual stem cells save mice limbs


EVERY cloud has a silver lining, and that now includes menstruation. Stem cells derived from human menstrual blood have revitalised damaged limbs in mice, suggesting a treatment that might one day be used to stave off amputation of a limb in people. Last November, MediStem Laboratories in San Diego, California, discovered adult stem cells in menstrual blood (New Scientist, 24 November 2007, p 20). To test their therapeutic value,
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