it can be true but triasl are needed, the problem with russia s that it is totally indipendent from US if not at war with US on drug market so many articles are not even translated in english.
anyway we have heptech already so the russians need to prove no sides effect and fast action on any stage of cirrhosis, i guess if they can move stem cells to repair liver sides effects will be none
at emcell in kiev they are working on stem cells since 20 years but all research articles are not in english (only a few in english on pubmed), stem cells transplants show no sides
another useful application of stem cells, especially from a drug like gematcell is repopulation of a transplanted liver with cells from the host, this way rejection can be avoided.
a study on this is already on, i think it was on animals and making low level damage to the liver they got stem cells to remake liver with host cells in 1-2 years
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