Medical experiment may give old hearts a
Medical experiment may give old hearts a new life
May 10, 2013 9:20 AM
Doctors have seen promising results in an experiment that transfers a hormone from healthy mice to mice with heart failure. Dr. Jon LaPook reports the team's next step is to see if it has the same effect in humans.
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