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mRNA treatment repairs mouse hearts to "near normal" after heart attack

Researchers at the University of Houston have demonstrated a new technique for helping heart cells regenerate after a heart attack, using mRNA to return the cells to a stem-cell-like state. Tests in mice showed drastic improvements to heart function a month after a heart attack.

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mRNA treatment repairs mouse hearts to "near normal" after heart attack
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