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AI and advanced regenerative medicine in Japan

A Japanese woman in her forties is believed to be the first in the World to have her cornea repaired with induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs). Announced at a press conference on 29 August, Dr. Kohji Nishida, an ophthalmologist from Osaka University, Japan said his research team reprogrammed adult skin cells from a donor into embryonic–like…