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iPS clinical research to tackle time, cost hurdles

TOKYO -- The collaboration on clinical research announced Monday by Kyoto University and three other Japanese institutions is aimed at establishing a faster and cheaper method of using induced pluripotent stem cells for transplants while ensuring the safety of one of the most promising medical treatments.

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