An injection of human stem cells cut down drinking in “alcoholic rats” by 90 percent, according to a study. One of its authors said the next step is to conduct the test in humans.
An injection of human stem cells cut down drinking in “alcoholic rats” by 90 percent, according to a study. One of its authors said the next step is to conduct the test in humans. Creative Commons
An injection of human stem cells cut down drinking in “alcoholic rats” by 90 percent, according to a study. One of its authors said the next step is to conduct the test in humans. Creative Commons

‘Alcoholic rats’ study finds a possible way to cut down on a stubborn drinking habit

March 22, 2018 04:06 PM