London: Teeth cells could soon be used to fix spinal cord injuries, transforming lives of patients with severe mobility problems, a new study has suggested. According to The Mirror, the researchers at Nagoya University in Japan put dental pulp stem cells into rats with broken backs and found they regained some movement in their legs.
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