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What is VetStem Regenerative Medicine?



VetStem Technology: Summary
VetStem Regenerative Cell Therapy is based on a clinical technology licensed from Artecel Inc. Original patents are from the University of Pittsburgh and Duke University.
  • Demonstrated efficacy with VSRC therapy in horses and dogs
Why use adipose-derived regenerative cells rather than regenerative cells derived from bone marrow?

Adipose-derived regenerative cells are:
  • Fractions isolated from adipose tissue contain a heterogeneous mixture of regenerative cells, including:23
Differences in Regenerative Medicine compared to traditional medicine:

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DEMONSTRATED EFFICACY OF REGENERATIVE CELL THERAPY
Human clinical trials:

  • Crohn's fistula1
  • Stroke2
Ongoing human clinical trials:
  • Advanced heart failure
  • Heart bypass surgical trial
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Fractures
  • Arthritis
  • Liver disease
  • Renal disease
Animal models of disease:
  • Osteoarthritis7, 15
  • Osteochondral defects8
  • Tendon repair5,9
  • Fractures10-12
  • Cerebral infarction13-14
  • Myocardial infarction16-18
  • Muscular dystrophy16
  • Autoimmune disorders19-21
 


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