Unlike other cells, these lack a key feature on their surface that makes the immune system see them as foreign tissue and attack them, explained the study's leader, Dr. Joshua Hare of the University of Miami.
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"You could have the cells ready to go in the blood bank so when the patient comes in for a therapy _ there's no delay," Hare said. "It's also cheaper to make the donor cells,"
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