Aussie biologist believes stem cell cures may end dreadful illnesses

Melbourne: An Australian scientist has revealed that stem cell cures may be the solution to some of the most dreadful illnesses.

Professor Alan Trounson said that stem-cell cures for inherited blood disorders and HIV/AIDS are close to completion and added that several promising clinical trials are taking place, reported.

The head of California's multi-billion dollar stem cell agency added that therapies for Type 1 diabetes are being trialed and a correction or cure is almost certain.

He also revealed that there are going to be "big changes" in the next five years. 

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