Veterinary surgeon cautions against stem cell therapy hopes

11/16/2011 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

Regarding canine hip dysplasia, veterinary surgeon Erik Clary writes that the science behind the "success" of stem cell therapy is dubious and considering the high cost of the therapy, some $1,800 or more, owners should consider the benchmark treatment for canine hip dysplasia, a total hip replacement surgery, instead.

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