Scientists in California found that pluripotent stem cells can be created from unwanted liposuctioned fat. "We've identified a great natural resource," said one of the study's authors. "Thirty to 40 percent of the adults in this country are obese," added another. | Harper's Magazine

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Scientists in California found that pluripotent stem cells can be created from unwanted liposuctioned fat. “We’ve identified a great natural resource,” said one of the study’s authors. “Thirty to 40 percent of the adults in this country are obese,” added another.

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Scientists in California found that pluripotent stem cells can be created from unwanted liposuctioned fat. “We’ve identified a great natural resource,” said one of the study’s authors. “Thirty to 40 percent of the adults in this country are obese,” added another.

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