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Spotlight on: Regenerative medicine

About regenerative medicine

Regenerative medicine is a branch of science that seeks to repair or replace damaged and diseased human cells and tissues. This may involve transplanting stem cells or tissues that have been grown in the lab or stimulating the body to repair itself.

Regenerative medicine research is helping us to develop completely new types of treatments for a wide range of debilitating conditions.

Read more about regenerative medicine and the MRC’s work in this area.

Recent media

Professor Robin Ali, Professor of Molecular Genetics at University College London and Moorfields Eye Hospital, talks about his work on gene therapy for eye degeneration.

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