Mayo Clinic Finds Stem Cells May Help to Repair Arteries And Damaged Tissues

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Diagnosed in 2006 with renal artery stenosis, Ralph Johnsen was desperate for options. Johnsen turned to physicians at the Mayo Clinic, who were conducting a clinical trial in which an individual’s own stem cells were being used to repair a person’s  arteries and damaged tissues. Due to the overwhelming success of the trial and the large amount of “proof of concept data,” the National Institutes of Health agreed to provide funding for a five-year study, which began in 2014.

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