'Pumping heart patch' ready for human use

A recent article from BBC News discusses the “pumping heart patch” that is being studied and tested in the UK. The patch is made of millions of beating stem cells, and is hoped to help repair damage caused by heart attacks.

The patch has been declared safe in animal testing and is hoped to begin human trials in the next two years, according to the British Cardiovascular Society.

It is packed with millions of living cells to mend damage after a heart attack, say researchers.

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