Clinical Trial 

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Personalized Stem Cell Study: Knee Osteoarthritis

  • Your cells for your knee
  • Extra stem cells stored for future
  • Cells quality tested before injection
  • FDA approved clinical trial

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Results

Published Results from Related Products Using a Patient’s Own Stem Cells Have Shown Possible Benefits Such As:

  • Reduction in pain
  • Improved quality of life
  • Improved activity
  • Reduction in use of pain medications

This is a clinical trial and you may not see these benefits.

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PSC stem cell processing is compliant with FDA GMP regulations and is only available to PSC participating physicians for patients enrolled in FDA approved clinical trials.

Personalized Stem Cell Study: Knee Osteoarthritis

Study Description

This clinical trial provides stem cells from a small lipoaspiration sample of your fat. The fat is collected by the physician and shipped to our central FDA-inspected laboratory. The stem cells are tested for sterility and other quality tests. Then the cells are shipped back to the clinic for injection into your knee.

  • Physical examinations / X-rays
  • Blood and urine tests
  • Knee pain and function evaluations
  • Study length three months with follow-up call at 6 and 12 months

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Each patients’ cells are tested for quality and safety.

Eligibility

General Qualifications for Eligibility

  • Knee pain for at least 3 months
  • 18-80 years old
  • No active cancer, infection, immune diseases
  • Not regular smoker
  • Conservative therapy failed after 6 weeks
  • Generally good health other than OA

Study is partially patient-funded with a cost of $8,900 which covers the costs for liposuction, clinical trial conduct, and the storage of your extra stem cells for one year. (long term storage available at extra charge)

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