An average of 22 people die in America every day while waiting for organ transplants. A group of researchers affiliated with Harvard University hope to eventually change that statistic by using organs from cloned pig cells. Their method uses the powerful
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Published: 2021-05-04 07:37 am
One step closer to using cloned pig organs in human transplants
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