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WSJ Knee Stem Cell Article 09 Jan 2018 08:13 #10924

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WSJ Knee Stem Cell Article 09 Jan 2018 11:55 #10931

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Thanks WST, I saw that one too, but was too busy with the Swiss thing. Basically I find this good PR for the field and the OA app in particular published in a prestigious online journal as the WSJ.

I still think that this will come through one day and public (=patients) interest will be high.

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WSJ Knee Stem Cell Article 09 Jan 2018 22:49 #10940

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Fas, even though our OA trial did not show SS it did have some positive MRI data that shows a physical benefit. The placebo effect was however too srong to overcome and/or difficult to segregate.

The Mayo Clinic is undertaking a trial that may provide some substantial supportive data in the not too distant future. I refer to the hip osteonecrosis trial of which I know you are aware.:

clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03269409

Below is a reference to the trial data that basically led the Mayo Clinic and its chief investigator RJ Sierra to undertake this trial. It looks quite compelling.

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26070774

Hopefully we can hold on long enough to see the potenial of SVF/ADRC realised............. by .......... CYTX ?........

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