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A trial underway in Britain is using a stem cell-based therapy to repair the breasts of women following tumor-removal surgery, and a separate trial is using the technique on healthy women, reports the Times Online. The stem cells are extracted from the fat of the woman's stomach or thighs. Surgeons say that the addition of stem cells may promote the growth of blood vessels.

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