to complete Nadia's answser which is correct, we recently published (June this year) the results of one of our on-going clinical study in owners' dogs. Results show that not only one single injection of canine neonatal stem cells (the equivalent of equine neonatal stem cells OMBISTEM Vet) performed as well as a one-month course of daily NSAID, to control pain and locomotion after a knee surgery for cruciate ligament rupture, but also bone healed faster in the group of dogs receiving our stem cells.
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Stéphane from Vetbiobank Equine Team
I confirm that the technology has been validated for joint injury in dogs and is currently under validation for other inflammatory disease in dogs and cats.
In human, ADIPOA is an undergoing clinical trial in Montpellier (France) for knee arthrosis. Moreover, similar approaches are under clinical trials in different diseases.
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