Reading “Flesh Made New”: Hype, hope, and fraud in stem cell research

For decades, stem cell therapy and stem cell research have generated much hope and controversy for the public and scientific community alike. While the controversy is still raging, the publication of ‘Flesh Made New’, a popular science book, is a timely contribution. In this book, hematologist and stem cell expert John Rasko teamed up with historian and writer Carl Power to chart the 100-year history of stem cell research, and the result is a mesmerising narrative of successes, failures, promises, even frauds.

Dr. Carl Power (left) and Professor John Rasko (right), authors of ‘Flesh Made New.’ Photo: raskolab.com.au
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