Japan Researchers Use Nobel Winner's Work On Macular Degeneration
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Japanese researchers plan to use induced pluripotent stem cells to provide a treatment for macular degeneration with tests to begin as early as next year, according to Nobel-Prize winner Shinya Yamanaka.
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