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September 2017

An Overview of Stromal Vascular Fraction and its Use in Regenerative Medicine

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Adipose-derived stem cells(ADSCs) are a ready source of regenerative phenomenon comprising a variety of cell types, which appear to have remarkable regenerative capabilities. Owing to their potential, ubiquity, and ease of procurement, ADSCs have provided excellent opportunities for practitioners of regenerative medicine to help their patients at the point of…

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Fat-Derived Stem Cells bring Regeneration to Degenerative Joint Disease Sufferers

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Degenerative Joint Disease Commonly called “degenerative joint disease,” (DJD), osteoarthrosis or osteoarthritis (OA) is the commonest form of arthritis. It is ubiquitous and causes the afflicted joints to deteriorate or “degenerate” progressively, losing articular cartilage, eroding into bone, often accompanied by ligament laxity. The disease affects approximately 27 million Americans…

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