Source: Blasting News
This article will provide an overview of this innovative and controversial course of treatment so that readers can understand the process and make an informed decision, along with their doctor or medical team, about whether stem cell therapy would be beneficial for them.
Source: Orthopedics This Week Inc
Christopher Rogers, M.D., founder of the San Diego Orthobiologics Medical Group, recently drafted and blasted out a press announcement saying that his practice is now offering a new/old treatment called Lipogems for painful sports medicine type injuries. And that that treatment was a major advance in regenerative medicine.
Source: Pain News Network
The Wall Street Journal recently published an article on the use of stem cell therapies for knee problems, including arthritis. Overall, the perspective of the piece was positive and it has several laudable aspects. Physicians from large academic institutions, such as Harvard University and Stanford University, were interviewed to provide their opinions on the use of autologous stem cells derived from a patient’s own fat or bone marrow for certain painful orthopedic indications.
Source: Medical Xpress
This year’s Broad Clinical Research Fellows will apply stem cell-based approaches to two prevalent problems: non-healing bone injuries, which affect 5 million Americans each year, and neuroblastoma, the most common solid tumor in children.
Source: Pensacola News Journal
Now more than seven months into research on stem cells and cartilage regeneration, medical professionals at the Andrews Institute for Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine in Gulf Breeze have reported positive early results in a study that could ultimately overhaul how doctors treat common joint maladies
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Jason Dragoo’s Stanford University research team gets 100 to 200 inquiries every day from people interested in joining its clinical trial studying the use of stem cells to treat knee injuries.
Karon Howard, of Brighton, Colo., was the kind of woman who chose to live life in a pair jeans and boots — running a towing company, working with horses and being outdoors. A year ago, joint pain in her knees, hips and hands left her sitting home on the couch, instead.