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Embryos Survive Stem Cell Harvest
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Embryos Survive Stem Cell Harvest
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Prevent skin cancer cause by the UV rays with the new Eucerin sun block cream protector Prevent skin cancer cause by the UV rays with the new Eucerin sun block cream protector

November, 2012 issue
November, 2012 issue

The CELL-O Magazine by mariana carroll and esteban cruz

The CELL-O Magazine by mariana carroll and esteban cruz

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How to prevent cancer?
There are a lot of ways to prevent cancer by eating certain food or no doing harmful activities like smoking learn how to prevent cancer on pg. 2

How to prevent cancer?
There are a lot of ways to prevent cancer by eating certain food or no doing harmful activities like smoking learn how to prevent cancer on pg. 2

The picture on the side is of a stem cell that was subtracted of a embryo with out killing baby. The scientific Vanessa Granados of Universidad Del Valle de Guatemala last week made an extraction of a stem cell on the embryo with out killing it.-reporter Mariana Carrascosa.

The picture on the side is of a stem cell that was subtracted of a embryo with out killing baby. The scientific Vanessa Granados of Universidad Del Valle de Guatemala last week made an extraction of a stem cell on the embryo with out killing it.-reporter Mariana Carrascosa.

Stem cell

Stem cell

¿What is a stem cell?
A stem cell is essentially the building block of the body. Stem cells are capable of dividing for long periods of time, are unspecialized, but can develop into specialized cells. The stem cell originally was found on them embryos but after years of investigation they also can find on the skin. This cell is capable to make 220 different types of cell and can reproduce many times over.

¿How it works?
The first step in using stem cells for disease treatment is to establish stem cell lines, and then scientists must be able to turn on specific genes within the stem cells so that the stem cells will differentiate into any cell they wish. But scientists have not learned how to do this yet. ¿What is a stem cell?

A stem cell is essentially the building block of the body. Stem cells are capable of dividing for long periods of time, are unspecialized, but can develop into specialized cells. The stem cell originally was found on them embryos but after years of investigation they also can find on the skin. This cell is capable to make 220 different types of cell and can reproduce many times over.

¿How it works?
The first step in using stem cells for disease treatment is to establish stem cell lines, and then scientists must be able to turn on specific genes within the stem cells so that the stem cells will differentiate into any cell they wish. But scientists have not learned how to do this yet.

Because of this controversy, scientists have investigated more ways to cure damaged organs. Seven years ago, the scientist Mariana Carroll of the University of Michigan discovered other stem cells like the nerve cells, tissue cells, and the blood cells that could be a good cure for damaged organs. By October of 2012 a group of students of the University of Utah are making this discovery possible. This group of students are working to legalize it and make this, part of the solution to many medical problems. Because of this controversy, scientists have investigated more ways to cure damaged organs. Seven years ago, the scientist Mariana Carroll of the University of Michigan discovered other stem cells like the nerve cells, tissue cells, and the blood cells that could be a good cure for damaged organs. By October of 2012 a group of students of the University of Utah are making this discovery possible. This group of students are working to legalize it and make this, part of the solution to many medical problems.

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