A team of medical researchers at Saint Luc University Clinic have developed a method of repairing bones utilizing autologous [the patient’s own] stem cells. The process involves harvesting the stem cells from the patient, differentiating the stem cells in-vitro to grow bone, pairing the cells with a scaffolding matrix and then molding the material to repair damaged or diseased bone within the patient.
This novel method of stem cell therapy will allow surgeons to provide personalized bone reconstructive surgery in a relatively non-invasive process, advancing stem cell treatment options that will become the benchmark for repairing a range of bone injuries and disorders.
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