Stem Cell War of the Sexes

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Stem Cell War of the Sexes

Bradley Mattes   |   April 03, 2015

Henry Kissinger once said, “No one will ever win the battle of the sexes; there’s too much fraternizing with the enemy.”  There may be a battle of the sexes brewing with adult stem cell research—not embryonic stem cells that kill human embryos.  Scientists have discovered female stem cells in animals generated more muscle fiber and survived better when making repairs to injured muscle.  It seems there’s more female cells and they’re more potent than the male cells.  As we humans age, women retain more potent stem cells for a longer period of time.  But guys, don’t feel bad.  When it comes to repairing bone and cartilage, the male stem cell still rules as king.  It’s fascinating to know how intricately God made human life and values us—born and unborn.

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