Scottish scientists developing synthetic human blood have moved a step closer to conducting clinical trials

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Intravenous news: The BBC report “Scottish scientists developing synthetic human blood have moved a step closer to conducting clinical trials. Researchers have been given a licence to work on manufacturing blood from stem cells which could eventually be tested on people. Synthetic blood would help end supply shortages and prevent infections being passed on through donations. The Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service, Edinburgh University and Roslin Cells are conducting the work.

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