Canadian discovery unrecognized for 37 years!

March 8, 2012 at 4:11 pm Leave a comment

It’s wild to think that two Canadians were responsible for a monumental discovery that would change the face of medical research forever. It’s even more mind-boggling knowing that their discovery remained largely unpublicized for over 37 years! Check out yesterday’s Globe and Mail to read more about Armstrong McCulloch and James Edgar Till’s discovery of human stem cells.

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A book to buy: Dreams and Due Diligence: Till & McCulloch’s Stem Cell Discovery and Legacy by Joe Sornberger Transfering high molecular weight proteins

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