S. Korean firm seeks FDA nod to test stem cell drug for osteoarthritis

05/8/2013 | BioSpectrum Asia

South Korea's RNL Bio submitted an investigational new drug application to the FDA for RNL-JointStem, its adipose-based stem cell treatment for osteoarthritis. If the application is approved, the firm could begin midstage trials in the U.S. next quarter. RNL-JointStem has conducted Phase I and II studies approved by Korean regulators.

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