May 26, 4:00 PM ET / 1:00 PM PT
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EpiBone has just implanted the first ever lab-grown bone tissue into a patient in a clinical trial at UT Health San Antonio. This comes on the heels of years of research in their lab where they’ve been using human cells to grow real bone, and it could change the course of bone and joint replacement.
This is the first of several patient trials to determine the safety and efficacy of what promises to be a major breakthrough in regenerative medicine. In fact, the technology is so promising, EpiBone is being featured in a PBS science series, “Human: The World Within.”
We’re excited to give you and other orthopedists an exclusive preview of this technology.
Join our webinar with EpiBone CEO, Dr. Nina Tandon to learn about the progress that’s been made at EpiBone and how you can participate in the company’s bright future.
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