Aug 9, 2019

More News from VetStem’s Human Stem Cell Company

Posted by Bob under Human Stem Cells

As we shared in a recent blog, VetStem launched a human stem cell company known as Personalized Stem Cells, Inc (PSC) in late 2018.  PSC was founded to advance and legitimize human regenerative medicine through FDA approved clinical trials.  As such, it was announced in June that PSC submitted their first FDA-IND (“Investigational New Drug”) application for the treatment of osteoarthritis, with the first clinical trial to be for patients with OA in the knee.

In less than one year since the company’s formation, PSC recently announced that their application was approved for conducting clinical trials for the treatment of osteoarthritis using stem cells.  The fast approval was in large part due to VetStem’s extensive experience and data from stem cell therapy in the veterinary field.

This is the first of several planned INDs that PSC will seek FDA approval for.  Similar to the VetStem model, they plan to start with orthopedic conditions and eventually expand to include other medical conditions.  Like VetStem, PSC will follow strict quality control and safety protocols.

For the first clinical trial, PSC has enrolled a limited number of clinical sites around the U.S. to provide treatment for knee osteoarthritis using stem cells. The enrolled physicians are among the most experienced stem cell physicians in the country.  You can contact PSC for clinical trial information, clinical trial site locations, or investment information.

Nov 3, 2010

Vet-Stem Presents at International Fat Stem Cell Meeting

Posted by Bob under Dog Arthritis, Stem Cell Therapy

Vet-Stem Speaks at IFATS 2010

This last week I was privileged to be an invited speaker at the International Stem Cell Meeting in Dallas.  The focus was the science and clinical use of stem cells derived from fat tissue for use in humans and our animals.  There were speakers from 27 different countries!    I presented our clinical data on arthritis in dogs and how stem cells have helped 1000’s of dogs in the US.  Here are some key facts confirmed by many speakers: Read the rest of this entry »