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Stem Cells cure arthritis in dogs....

Posted Oct 20 2009 10:01pm 1 Comment

Yeah, stem cell.  Not embroyic. But they can take adult stem cells from the patient and inject it in the joints.

Why aren't they doing this for humans? I'll volunteer.

They say they have an 70-80% success rate.

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Yes, stem cell therapy for dogs uses stem cells extracted from the patient's own fat tissue. Jasmine had this done. Can't say enough good things about it.

Yes, definitely shame it's not available for humans.

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