The eye’s lacrimal gland is small but mighty. This gland produces moisture needed to heal eye injuries and clear out harmful dust, bacteria and other invaders. The eye’s lacrimal glands can be repaired by injecting a kind of regenerative “progenitor” cell, a new study in animal models suggests.
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