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Spreading the Benefits of Stem Cell Advances [AUDIO]

Researchers are working on ways to standardize how stem cells are harnessed to advance therapies and study disease.

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As stem-cell technology advances, Kris Saha and Randy Ashton, assistant professors of biomedical engineering and BIONATES researchers, say they have an obligation to make these discoveries beneficial to everyone.

Saha and Ashton are working to create standards for stem cell therapies and disease screenings to help inform regulatory agencies like the Food and Drug Administration.

Produced by Jasmine Sola for the UW-Madison College of Engineering Sound Engineering series

Stem cell podcast transcript


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