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  Mesoblast recently completed enrollment for its double-blind, placebo-controlled Phase 2 clinical trial at multiple sites across the United States and Australia to randomize 100 patients with intervertebral disc disease to receive either high doses of the company's allogeneic MPCs with hyaluronic acid carrier, hyaluronic acid carrier alone or saline solution.  
Here are some personal finance tips for hospital-based physicians from KeyBank. 
  Ellipse Technologies announced that for the first time since gaining 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration its MAGEC Spinal Bracing and Distraction System was successfully implanted in a progressive spinal deformity patient at Shriners Hospitals for Children — Philadelphia.  
  A new study published in Brain shows that paralyzed spinal cord injury patients may be able to regain voluntary movement in their legs and feet, according to a Wall Street Journal report.  
Here are 4 things to know about HSAs. 
The American Association of Neurological Surgeons named Robert E. Harbaugh, MD, FAANS, president for 2015 to 2016. 
A new study published in The Spine Journal evaluates the accuracy of intraoperative fluoroscopy to place pedicle screws. 
TeamHealth Holdings recently combined forces with Martinsburg, West Virginia-based Salutis Emergency Specialists.   
At Becker's Hospital Review 5th Annual Meeting, TeamHealth's Dr. Chris Langan will partner with Memorial Hermann's Chuck Stokes to discuss the value of physician engagement. There are only 80 spots left at this event!  
Here are seven orthopedic surgeons who have treated or will be treating professional athletes.  
Dr. Ara Deukmedjian of Deuk Spine Institute will present a session called "Motion Preserving Outpatient Spinal Surgery Without Implants" at Becker's 12th Annual Spine, Orthopedic and Pain Management-Driven ASC Conference. Early registration ends May 1st! 
Zimmer Spine, a division of Zimmer, announced the U.S. market launch of the Optio-C Anterior Cervical System, a next generation, stand-alone cervical device that intends to offer the stability and fusion potential of a traditional ACDF.  
Jersey City, N.J.-based The Spine and Sports Health Center announced the addition of Joshua Rovner, MD, to its medical team, according to a report by the Hudson Reporter.  
Becker's Healthcare would like to recognize the following 16 spine devices with the 2014 Spine Device Award. Devices are recognized for their contribution to advancing spine technology and patient care. Devices included represent both the cutting-edge and gold standard in spine care. 
An article recently published in The Spine Journal compared revision one- and two-level cervical total disc replacement with anterior cervical discectomy and fusion. 
The North American Spine Society hosted its annual Advocacy Day on March 27, according to a Spine on the Hill report. 
  Erkan Alci, MD, a spine surgeon, recently joined Coastal Orthopedics in Conway, S.C.  
  A new study published in Spine examines the "July Effect" for anterior cervical fusion.  
At Becker's 12th Annual Spine, Orthopedic, and Pain Management-Driven ASC Conference,  Jeff Peters of Surgical Directions will lead a session called "Creating a Best in Class Perioperative Service Line Under Accountable Care and Value Based Purchasing." 
  Here are 13 spine surgeons who have been instrumental in the development or are leading registries to collect data for quality improvement.  
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