Sunday, March 8, 2009
Dr. Shannon Rush, of Palo Alto Medical Foundation has reported that the Adult Stem Cell product "Trinity" has been used to heal broken bones
The Adult Stem Cell product called “Trinity” was used to heal bone fractures in the foot and ankle of 21 people that failed to connect properly after the initial healing. Trinity is a mixture of donated adult stem cells combined with crushed bone from a bone bank.
The patients who took part in the study had broken bones or previous fractures in their foot or ankle that did not heal properly. As a result, they had difficulty and/or pain when walking. 21 out of the 23 patients who were implanted with this adult stem cell product “Trinity” achieved “bone union” and healing which allowed them to walk in regular shoes with little or no pain after their casts were removed.
The results of using Adult Stem Cells have been reported in the Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery for March, 2009:
Read more at Adult Stem Cell Research