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  • 27 Feb 17

Facial Muscle Cells May Help Repair Damage from Cardiovascular Disease

Researchers at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center (UC Medical Center) are investigating the use of facial muscle-derived progenitor cells – masseter muscle cells – to regenerate cardiomyocytes damaged by cardiovascular disease. Current therapies, such as medications, bypass surgery and donor hearts do not repair or replace cardiomyocytes and come with additional risks such as

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