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Medicine: Heart Therapy / Stem Cells #1007481

CBS Evening News for Monday, Nov 14, 2011
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Bill Whitaker) A new heart disease treatment using stem cells to repair the heart examined; details given about the experimental treatment developed at a Los Angeles hospital with diagrams of the stem cell research shown; details given about the success of the small study on regeneration of cells. [Heart patient Ken MILLES††- recounts his heart problems and "magic pill" treatment.] [Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Dr. Eduardo MARBAN††- says heart scarring is irreversible.]

(Studio: Scott Pelley, Jon LaPook) This stem cell breakthrough from three very good institutions, what is new about the use of heart stem cells and when it could become a common treatment discussed.

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