A stem-cell testing ground in Minnesota tries to heal damaged hearts

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[Minneapolis, June 02, 2013] Someday, every heart-attack survivor might have a story like John Hubin’s.

A few weeks after his trip to the emergency room last March, he drove himself to Abbott Northwestern Hospital early one morning and got an injection of 25 million stem cells.

The next day, he went home to Hector, Minn., and was back at work 24 hours later, feeling, he said, “like a million bucks.”

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