Millions of stem cells have been implanted in the brain of a Victorian man in a world-first attempt to fight the effects of Parkinson’s disease. Surgeons and scientists spent months preparing for the operation that could revolutionize treatments for the illness. These Australian neurosurgeons have made medical history after successfully injecting stem cells into a 64-year old patients brain hoping to reverse or stop his Parkinson’s disease.
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