China Researcher Reports Success In Using Pig Cells to Treat Parkinson's
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Chinese research has succeeded in testing the rudimentary aspects of treating Parkinson's disease by transplanting neural cells of pigs into the brains of monkeys.
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