Tissue Graft Derived From Placenta for Orthopedic Surgery, Wound Repair Could Accelerate Rehab, AFcell Medical Reveals

Published: Feb 13, 2013

One of the biggest challenges in recovering from surgery, particularly on a tendon, is the amount of time patients take to recover. One reason is because the adhesions that are left from the procedure. A biotechnology startup has developed a tissue graft derived from living human donors to replace the connective tissue that forms a protective covering for tendons and the spine that could help reduce the amount of time it takes to recover from these procedures.

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