, PhD, Professor at Carnegie Mellon University, explains some of the obstacles of regenerative medicine, one of which being that cells injected into the body don’t inherently know where they are supposed to go. Injected cells typically go to the liver and lungs, so Dr. Russell explains how there must be tools to track and target where the cells to specific areas.
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Filmed at Exponential Medicine
, in February 2013, at Singularity University