Robot Millionaire Takes a Shot at Fixing Severed SpinesBy
Companies cheer Japan's liberalized regenerative medicine laws
Fixing damaged organs & tissue could yield $25 billion by 2050
On a cloudy Wednesday morning in the Tokyo suburb of Tsukuba, Yoshiyuki Sankai points excitedly to a slide of severed spinal cords. They belong to rats, and he’s used cell technology to help reconnect the nerves.
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