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A discussion on Parkinson's disease and stem cells

For those of you interested in learning more about Parkinson's disease and stem-cell research, the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine recently posted a video conversation with Buck Institute scientist Xianmin Zeng, PhD.  Zeng,who started working with embryonic stem cells ten years ago, discusses her research, answers questions about the disease, and shares how she stays motivated during the "long, slow path" from lab discoveries to clinical trials.

Previously: Stanford researchers create Parkinson’s disease in a dish

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