Veterinarian Daniela Gianni is leading a NEX Institute team using stem cell therapy to treat burn wounds on jaguars injured in historic wildfires burning through Brazil's Pantanal wetlands. One jaguar that probably walked repeatedly across embers to save cubs and had third-degree burns on her pads and belly is being treated with stem cells as well as ozone therapy, and though treatment is going well, the cat might never again be able to defend herself in the wild.
Veterinarians treat burned jaguar with stem cells, O3
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