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Stem cells and regenerative medicine: realities and promises

Lecture by Ángel Raya



Could we be capable of guiding cell differentiation in places where it is needed to repair a lesion or degeneration caused by disease or an accident? The chief aim of regenerative medicine is to replace damaged tissue and, in order to do this, it is necessary to have detailed understanding of the entire process of cellular regeneration.

 «Stem Cells: A Future without Diseases?» is the fourth ICREA-CCCB Debate, a regularly occurring joint endeavour which aims to inform the general public of the advances being made and challenges facing top-ranking scientists currently working in Catalonia.

Presenters: Gema Revuelta

Participants: Ángel Raya

This activity is part of Stem Cells: A Future without Diseases?, ICREA-CCCB Debates

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