The Agia Sofia Children’s Hospital in Athens has developed a new cell therapy for osteoarthritis.

Joint regeneration and a reduction in inflammation are part of the treatment plan.

About 13.1 percent of the population of Greece is affected by the disease osteoarthritis. It’s possible to get painkillers, but joint replacement requires a long recovery period

The results of the Research-Create-Innovate project were published in Histology and Histopathology..

The future plans for this novel treatment include the conduct clinical research to identify treatment outcomes and issues.

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