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Lawmakers in Austin have approved a bill authorizing unapproved stem cell therapies, putting Texas on track to become the first state to explicitly recognize the experimental treatments.

The measure now heads to Governor Greg Abbott, who has signaled his support for it.

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  • I had to travel out of the country for stem autistic son has improved..thank goodness parents can now do it in the United States. stem cell changes lives..thankyou Texas

  • I have long fir this I have chronic pain and I know using my own stem cells will cure me for good but $500.00 per injection well I just can’t afford this

  • It was stated on channel 4 news that this therapy could also be used for individuals with autism. Any information provided would be greatly appreciated. I understand that if this does become law that it would be effective September 1. How would one get more information in regards to this research/therapy?

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