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+ - Vein Grown From Her Own Stem Cells Saves 10-Year-Old Swedish Girl

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An anonymous reader writes "A ten year old girl became the first person in the world to get a major blood vessel replaced by one grown using her own stem cells.
The 10-year-old from Sweden had a blockage of a vein from her liver. The doctors decided to give her a new vein instead of a liver transplant or giving her a vein from her own body, Associated Press reported."
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Vein Grown From Her Own Stem Cells Saves 10-Year-Old Swedish Girl

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