It's being called a breakthrough. Researchers in Canada have found a way to turn a person's skin into blood. Scientists isolate the skin cells and then use proteins to convert them into blood cells. It's believed one day a patch of skin the size of a fingernail could produce enough blood for an entire transfusion.
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