Limited Japan Nod For Cytori’s Osteoarthritis Cell Therapy
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Japan's well-defined regulatory framework for cell and regenerative therapies has notched up another "win" with the limited-use approval of a product for knee osteoarthritis, which should also generate useful new revenues for originator Cytori.
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