In The News: 07/04

Scaffolding Could Be Arthritis Breakthrough Based on a recent procedure developed at the University of Missouri, the science of tissue engineering and biological stimulation is fast becoming one of the most important developments in orthopaedic medicine. And it may make osteoarthritis a thing of the past. In most cases, patients who undergo surgery to repair a damaged knee, for example, end up experiencing arthritis as they grow older. When a portion of a torn meniscus-the cartilage that…
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