Positive Results from Stem Cell Study on Knee Cartilage

Jan 29

Positive Results from Stem Cell Study on Knee Cartilage

A research study that began in May at the Andrews Institute in Gulf Breeze, FL, is yielding positive results that could “ultimately overhaul how doctors treat common joint maladies.” TOBI 2018 Faculty Adam Anz spearheaded this study that examines the efficacy of creating new cartilage in the knee through a series of stem cell injections. Anz reports that the medical professionals involved in the study have seen “early evidence that indicates stem cell treatments and physical therapy could effectively nullify the current medical solution of solving knee degeneration through total joint replacement surgeries.”

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For more research from Adam Anz, join us at TOBI 2018 for his lecture: Mobilized Hematopoetic Stem Cells for Regeneration, Recovery, and Rehabilitation.

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