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Patient Online Resources for Biologic Therapies

As interest in biologic therapies for arthritis-a needle, not a knife-continues to expand; patients increasingly are turning to the ads in newspapers or searching the Internet to gather information on this topic. While there is still a lack of scientific consensus on...

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A Stem Cell Thanksgiving Message of Proof

While growing up in Albany Park, 16-inch softball was a way of life starting at the Haugan Grammar School playground in early February and continuing until the football season in the late fall while basketball went on all year round. Weather permitting, we relocated...

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 A Stem Cell Thanksgiving message of proof

"THE GOOD NEWS IS THAT MY 80-YEAR-OLD TEAM 'CHICAGO GEEZERS' WON THE WINTER NATIONALS FOR OUR AGE GROUP IN FT MYERS 11/6 - 11/8. I RAN FOR MYSELF AND HIT .710. THE BAD NEWS IS MY LEFT KNEE IS A BIT MORE ACHY NOW, EVEN WHEN I AM SLEEPING OR NOT PLAYING SOFTBALL. IT IS...

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Joint Preservation with Proteins and Stem Cells

My goal is to inform each and every patient who presents with a painful joint, the cause of their pain; and based on our scientific and clinical evidence, that intervention which will have the greatest chance of short term and long-term success. While inflammation in...

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From Degenerative Arthritis to Joint Regeneration

There is a lot of confusion in the public and professional mindset concerning the field of Stem Cell management for arthritis; even in the clinical literature concerning the generation of Platelet Rich Plasma and Bone Marrow Concentrate and their uses in treating...

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What are Growth Factors?

In general, a Growth Factor is a term used to describe a protein produced be a variety of different cell types that binds to specific receptors on different cellular surfaces. They may on the one hand stimulate cell growth; on the other hand, some growth factors may...

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How long might a regenerative medicine intervention work

Until 2002, the patient seeking a joint replacement consultation would ask me “how long will new joint last”? Then came the era of minimally invasive surgery -I played a major role in the introduction-and now the question became “how long is the incision?” and “how...

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