Ordinary human cells reprogrammed as induced pluripotent stem cells (hiPSCs) may ultimately revolutionise personalised medicine by creating new and diverse therapies unique to individual patients. But important and unanswered questions have persisted about the safety of these cells, in particular whether their genetic material is altered during the reprogramming process...
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