A Cartilage Transfusion For Bad Knees
KNEE INJURIES ARE A notorious problem for athletes. About 650,000 people a year undergo arthroscopic surgery to repair damaged cartilage in their knees. Unfortunately, because cartilage tissue doesn't regenerate in the body, the benefit often lasts just a few years.
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