Monday, July 20, 2015

LA high school students work with stem cells

Now this is a summer activity. Twenty-one students are participating in hands-on research at Cedars-Sinai.

This is the fourth annual Research Week.

The students never cease to amaze, their mentor said.

They will work all week with scientists and listen to lectures by noted authorities in the stem call area.

Stem calls are part of rengenerative medicine--regrowing or replacing diseased cells.

This should give these kids a boost into research or in some cases, suggest different fields they might want to pursue.

Think about this the next time a young person blasts you with hip hop. They may have another life as a life saver.

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