One of the largest universities in the world, the University of Minnesota has long been a leader in medical and scientific research. Through its Stem Cell Institute, the University of Minnesota strives to use stem cell biology to change the practice of medicine through the three related and interconnected avenues of discovery, education, and translation. In conjunction with other research facilities, scientists at the University of Minnesota have made several breakthroughs in stem cell research and have in particular studied heart disease, cancer, liver cell replacement, and other treatments that might help those afflicted with a variety of diseases and medical conditions. With a tremendous infrastructure and committed support, the University of Minnesota seems likely to continue to be a leader in the field of ...

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