"Bioactive scaffold" for stem cells could treat bone fractures

02/17/2008 | BBC

U.K. scientists are devising a "bioactive scaffold" that could help stem cells derived from blood and bone marrow develop into bone or cartilage when planted in the body to treat fractures and osteoarthritis. They hope to test the scaffold, a mesh structure coated with drugs, in patients within two years.

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