April 2005
Wellness Options;2005, Issue 19, p27
Discusses research on cancer, stem cells and cancer stem cells. Outcome of the division and mutation of stem cells; Implications of cancer stem cells for cancer treatment; Effect of bone marrow stem cells on the stomach.


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