Spina Bifida Kids Grow New Bladders with Scientists’ Help

Spina Bifida Kids Grow New Bladders with Scientists’ Help

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A new procedure pioneered at Wake Forest University in North Carolina has given seven kids new bladders that were grown from the children’s own cells. The procedure is being called a long-term success and there is no risk of rejection, like in a traditional transplant, because the cells are their own. CNN reports on this scientific marvel.

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