Human cells stored and grown in laboratory of Stanford University Medical Center will be used for the first time in the U.S. to make the vaccines that protect people against disease. use of human, rather than animal cells to make vaccines, signals a new era in practice of vaccination in this country, said Dr. Leonard Hayflick, professor of medical microbiology at Stanford University School of Medicine. Dr. Hayflick pioneered in development of a human cell strain during late 1950's. (Photo by Bettmann Archive/Getty Images)
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May 12th, 2020
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