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Inside Story (Stem Cell Research) #789668

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, May 10, 2005
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) A successful treatment of paralysis in laboratory rats using stem cells reported.

(Detroit: Elizabeth Kaledin) The experimental stem cell treatment in Portugal of spinal cord injuries featured; photos by “Detroit Free Press” photographer Eric Seals† & animation of the procedure that involved transplanting stem cells from nasal passages to the spine shown. [Patient Cortney HOFFMAN†- talks about her accident and diagnosis.] [Hospital de Egas Moniz Dr. Carlos LIMA†- says nature will do most of the job.] [Patients Erica NADER‡, Amy FOELS†- comment on their success.] [Rehabilitation Institute Dr. Steve HINDERER†- reacts to the progress of the patients.]

(NOTE: Local weather bulletin on screen.)

Schieffer, Bob;
Kaledin, Elizabeth

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