Tell us more about what you would like to find out if your heart cells were grown in a petri dish.
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because I am taking medications for dilated cardiomyopathy
08/23/11 12:45 PM
Because I was interested in seeing the voting results of other readers.
08/23/11 12:50 PM
If this can be done, it would be huge!
08/23/11 01:27 PM
Mark Wanner wrote:
I run marathons and will try to keep my heart from needing repair through diet and (obviously) exercise. I'd want to know if there's an abnormality that may create issues despite my efforts, however. And I'd prefer to avoid invasive heart tissue transplants (implants?) if at all possible.
08/25/11 03:05 PM
Richard Raborn MD wrote:
Autologous Stem Cell Science is my present interest. Cells in a dish are appropriate for testing. I have frozen my stem cells already. Used Navigenics to look at my risk of various diseases and drug sensitivities.
09/02/11 04:34 PM
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