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Uploaded on May 15, 2008
Since Vet-Stem launched for canines in February 2008, certified vets are helping dogs by isolating adult stem cells from the animal's own fat and then injecting it into the injured area. It involves minimal risk and none of the controversy surrounding embryonic stem cells. The remarkable results for these two dogs are not unusual with fat stem cell therapy, and it is happening across the nation. The power of fat stem cell therapy can be seen in one of Vet-Stem's most famous cases: the now $1 million pursed Thoroughbred Greg's Gold. Starting with horses in 2003, vets have performed Vet-Stem's stem cell therapy on more than 2600 equine cases.