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Innovation and Strong Therapeutic Potential Seen in Adult Stem Cells, According to Frost & Sullivan
Date:10/21/2008

, strict manufacturing regulations may need to be imposed by the FDA," advises Symank. "In addition, there could be strict product safety testing in place to guarantee their safety."

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