Features February 2007 Issue

Stem Cells Rally Help for Hearts

Preliminary studies show that genetic engineering boosts cardiac healing.

Among the ways that a heart can fail, one of the most puzzling is the fact that when its muscles weaken, it sends out only feeble signals for help.

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