Stem-cell therapy in New Zealand aids dogs with joint disease

04/26/2010 | Otago Daily Times (New Zealand)

New Zealand will soon become the third country in the world to offer stem-cell treatment for dogs with degenerative joint disease. Practices in Australia and the U.S. already offer the treatment, which allows the animals to live more active lives without drugs, experts say.

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