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A team of scientists in China has found a way to restore damaged livers using adult skin stem cells.
The technique raises the possibility of what one liver specialist is calling the "Holy Grail" - that people now needing liver transplants could be simply treated with an injection of their own cells.
Researchers spent three years on the study in which they took skin cells from mice to reproduce fully functional liver cells.