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Cardiac Cell Therapy: Are There Easier Ways to Restore Function? Probably

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Discussions at the Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics meeting reinforced the notion that too little is known about cardiac cell therapy to usefully proceed with large-scale studies. Some suggested it'd be more useful to focus on small-molecule or device-oriented approaches to restoring contractile function.
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