HUMAN LIVER GROWN INSIDE MOUSE
A human liver has been grown inside a mouse, giving hope that patients could receive new organs created from their own skin cells within a decade.
The breakthrough would eradicate donor waiting lists and the risk of the body rejecting a replacement organ.
Japanese scientists used stem cells to create liver ‘buds’ within mice which grew into a piece of human tissue measuring 5mm.
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