Scientists in multiple sclerosis cure ‘breakthrough’

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Stem Cell researchers at Cambridge and Edinburgh have discovered a promising stem cell therapy for multiple sclerosis. While much work is still needed to translate the discovery into an effective treatment, this breakthrough provides a promising road map towards a cure.

A video story featuring the SCI’s Robin Franklin can be viewed on the BBC News website.

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