Thursday, September 21, 2006

Human stem cells help blinded rats

Another important finding brought to you by science. Keep up the good work! Maybe we can work on getting foot surgery for centipedes or something.

Human embryonic stem cells can partly restore vision in blinded rats, and may offer a source of transplants for people with certain eye diseases, researchers at a U.S. company reported on Thursday.

So, um, are rats going to start laying out people-traps or what?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are we not working for a cure for human's...the last thing we need are rats that can see

September 21, 2006 2:00 PM  

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