Oklahoma banking on adult stem cell research
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Enns, who has taught college courses on microbiology, is confined to a wheelchair due to an accident. Although a potential beneficiary of future stem cell therapies, his moral opposition to embryonic stem cell research led Enns to focus on alternatives. That's been to Oklahoma's benefit.
Thanks to Enns, Oklahoma could now be on the forefront of revolutionary medical advances that benefit patients worldwide.