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This enclosed video from the EuroStemCell web page provides information about how the Stem Cells work and their potential uses.
The following Poster by César Nombela-Arrieta and Leslie E. Silberstein provides an excellent overview about the identity of MSCs in vivo and the effects of their in vitro expanded progeny, highlighting key questions that remain in the field regarding the biology of these elusive cells.
Finally, find the International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR) Patients Handbook on Stem Cell Therapies (2008), with a list of frequently asked questions related to stem cell therapies.