How stem cell research can improve people’s lives

How stem cell research can improve people’s lives

To mark Stem Cell Awareness Day on October 12 2022, COST highlighted CorEuStem network of researchers as a hub, working to foster greater understanding about stem cell research and potential applications for millions of people suffering from incurable diseases and injury. Stem cells have changed the way we know the human body, its development, and associated diseases.

Read the full press-release on Cost official website here: https://www.cost.eu/stem-cells-coreustem/

Image credits: Automated Stem Cell and Organoid Facility, Human Technopole, Milan, IT

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