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    2 men in landmark heart stem cell study tell their stories
    Haylen_WebMD_Staff posted:
    Click the link before for a fascinating article about two men who received an experimental stem cell procedures following heart attacks and heart failure.

    Stem Cells Healing Hearts

    Would you do an experimental treatment or be part of a research study?

    wjy99 responded:
    Yes would be very interested. email me at Had trip bypass two years ago.
    No improvement in ejection factor. Will be happy to send any info you need.
    Haylen_WebMD_Staff replied to wjy99's response:
    Hi wjy99,

    WebMD doesn't conduct research studies(we just provided information about this study)

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