Stem cell technique keeps patients from undergoing hip replacements

U.K. surgeons have been able to repair damaged bones of patients using bone marrow stem cells derived from the patients' pelvises and combining the cells with "cleaned, ground-up" bone from other patients who underwent hip replacement surgery. They found that the treatment enabled patients to walk again without undergoing a hip replacement procedure.

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