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Jack Price is a developmental biologist at Kings College London and an adviser to ReNeuron having helped develop its stem cell technology. “There’s a lot of hype around stem cells for stroke but it’s important to be circumspect about it all,” he says

Jack Price, a developmental biologist at Kings College London and adviser to ReNeuron, says animal studies show that stem cells only stay around for a couple of months and long-term benefits seem to be because of proteins the cells secrete

Source  Courtesy of Jack Price