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Science Bulletins: Human Heart Muscle Can Self-Repair

Swedish researchers have overturned a long-held belief that heart cells don't regenerate over a person's lifetime. The scientists traced levels of radioactive carbon in heart cells, a repercussion of cold-war atomic bomb testing, to suggest that the cells are indeed multiplying slowly. The finding may eventually lead to new therapies for heart attack patients to stimulate self-repair.
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