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UNLV Scientists Discover Viable Stem Cells in Wisdom Teeth

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UNLV Scientists Discover Viable Stem Cells in Wisdom Teeth

UNLV Scientists Discover Viable Stem Cells in Wisdom Teeth

Scientists at the University of Nevada, believe they are on the brink of making scientific history, having developed a method for removing large quantities of stem cells from a patient's wisdom teeth.

James Mah and Karl Kingsley, along with a handful of students, discovered that stem cells can even be squeezed out of almost any living tissue.

Mah, director of UNLV’s advanced education program in orthodontics, believes this is good news for researchers despite there being a catch.

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