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Programming stem cells to fight brain cancer

A University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill team has made human neural progenitor cells directly from fibroblasts and shown the transdifferentiated cells can serve as tumor-homing carriers of chemotherapeutic agents for brain cancer.

While the findings, which were published last month in Nature Communications, are not the

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