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This is great, thank you!
Has anyone heard of injecting an amniotic allografts into knee joints? PalinGen and Predictive Biotech are two companies who offer injections for regenerative medicine from NWA Regenerative Medicine in Fayetteville, AR. I wonder if the injection works and is it safe?
Good afternoon – We would be happy to connect with you regarding regenerative medicine research, stem cell treatments and/or research at Mayo Clinic. Please call our Regenerative Medicine Consult Service at 844-276-2003 to schedule an appointment to speak with us. There is no charge for the appointment. We look forward to hearing from you.