Cartistem is a stem cell therapy designed to repair knee cartilage. It is manufactured from mesenchymal stem cells, according to the report, and mixed with hyaluronan. The two-year study plans to enroll 12 participants.
Dr. Cole is the head of Rush's Cartilage Restoration Center.
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Dr. Brian Cole Leads 1st US Study of Stem Cell Treatment for Knee Cartilage DamageWritten by Laura Dyrda | Friday, 25 January 2013 09:13
Brian Cole, MD, an orthopedic surgeon at Rush University Medical Center, is the principle investigator on the first clinical study of Cartistem in the United States, according to a News-Medical report.
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