Blood vessels built from a patient’s cells could help people on dialysis

Patients did not have immune or other bad reactions to the bioengineered tubes

person on dialysis

HITTING THE CLINIC  In clinical trials, lab-grown blood vessels implanted into patients undergoing dialysis successfully integrated into patients’ circulatory systems.


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