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GID BIO begins pivotal/Phase III clinical trial patient enrollment process at Texas Center for Cell Therapy and Research in San Antonio

This summer, the FDA cleared our stromal-vascular-fraction cellular therapy for a pivotal/Phase III clinical trial to test its safety and efficacy in the treatment of knee osteoarthritis. Three initial sites were secured and announced in Denver Business Journal: Tulane University School of Medicine, Texas Center for Cell Therapy and Research

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GID BIO welcomes business titan, Roy J. Bostock as new board chair

Our team announced that Roy J. Bostock, a global business leader with decades of experience, has been elected as the new chairman of our board. “I’m thrilled to join this visionary biotech company that could have an enormous impact on medicine,” said Bostock. “The future of medicine is cellular therapy

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Physicians: advancing the future of evidence-based cellular therapy could increase quality of life for 14 million US adults suffering from knee osteoarthritis

  Over the past three decades cardiothoracic procedures have significantly shifted to minimally invasive techniques with new technology, training of physicians and an ecosystem for workforce development. Orthopedics is on the forefront of a similar shift. Fourteen million U.S. adults suffer from knee osteoarthritis and professional athletes are driving a demand for alternative treatments to

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Leaders come together for the first time to advance the field of cellular therapy and its treatment of pain and function associated with knee osteoarthritis

A first-of-its kind meeting brought leaders from eight orthopedic, sports medicine, pain management and regenerative medicine advocacy organizations together to discuss advancing cellular medicine in the U.S. The group of physicians, lawyers, engineers, PhDs, and CEOs from American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, Arthritis Foundation, Arthritis National Research Foundation, BoneSmart, Interventional Orthopedics Foundation, Regenerative Medicine Foundation and Regenerative

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Device and cellular therapy could lead to a major development in the treatment of pain and function associated with knee osteoarthritis for 14 million US adults

  Individuals who overuse their joints, such as athletes, military members and people working physically demanding jobs are at a high risk of developing knee osteoarthritis (OA), according to the Arthritis Foundation. Unfortunately, there is no cure on the market for the 14 million US adults suffering. Industry experts say patients undergo more

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