Using stem cells, Doris Taylor brought the heart of a dead animal back to life and might one day revolutionize human organ transplantation. She takes us beyond lightning rod issues and into an unfolding frontier where science is learning how stem cells work reparatively in every body at every age. In this unedited conversation, Krista speaks with Doris Taylor, the director of the Center for Cardiovascular Repair at the University of Minnesota. They speak about the science of stem cells and their regenerative/reparative potential, and the ethics surrounding such work. This entire, unedited interview is included in the program, “Stem Cells, Untold Stories.” See more at onbeing.org/program/stem-cells-untold-stories/178
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