U.K. study to focus on stem cell treatment for osteoarthritis

07/12/2010 | Google

A U.K. study will enroll up to 70 patients to test the efficacy of stem cells derived from bone marrow in treating knee osteoarthritis. The charity group Arthritis Research UK is funding the clinical trial, which is set to begin before the end of the year.

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