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5 Questions With is a weekly BioBuzz series where we reach out to interesting people in the BioHealth Capital Region to share a little about themselves, their work, and maybe something completely unrelated. Were grateful to have Dan Gincel as our 4th guest.
In his dual roles as Vice President for University Partnerships at the Maryland Technology Development Corporation (TEDCO) and Executive Director of the Maryland Stem Cell Research Fund (MSCRF), Dr. Gincel oversees programs on university research, tech transfer, commercialization and innovation that contribute to Marylands economic growth. His experience in and outside of the laboratory has made him a proven leader and champion for university research and development. He is dedicated to increasing research capacity for Maryland scientists, supporting cutting-edge technology development, and ultimately, developing cures for debilitating diseases. Dan received his BS and PhD in biochemistry and neuroscience from the Ben-Gurion University, Israel, and his postdoctoral fellowship at Johns Hopkins University.
I actually never worked in a biotech company, throughout my career, I worked on multiple company projects while still in academia. I had projects with small startup companies as well as with large pharma companies. The experience was not very different, it was always data driven and not product or commercialization driven. Basically, I had to transfer the technology that I developed at a university lab bench into processes and SOPs that could be replicated and performed in a repeatable way by lab technicians. In other cases, it was to perform a research service for a fee, when companies did not have the expertise, space, animal facilities or personnel to do the experiment themselves. I enjoyed the work but have always been more connected to patient-driven, mission-driven work of not-for-profits such as disease foundations or scientific associations. This is why I was drawn to my current role with the Maryland Stem Cell Research Fund and TEDCO.
TEDCO was created in 1998 by the legislators in Maryland to help universities and federal labs commercialize their technologies. Over the years the legislators added additional programs and responsibilities to be managed by TEDCO, relevant to incubators, venture funding and others. In 2006 the legislators created the Maryland Stem Cell Research Act and within it the Fund (MSCRF) that I am the Executive Director of. I also serve as VP for university partnerships at TEDCO. The MSCRF mission is to develop new medical strategies for the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and cure of human diseases, injuries and conditions through human stem cells. Although our office is in Columbia, MD (and during this healthcare crisis we work remotely), we cover the whole state. We offer six funding programs to accelerate discovery and commercialization of human cell therapy and stem cell-based technologies. To learn more about the field and access regenerative medicine news and updates, please download our App.
The regenerative medicine industry is a global industry. Most diseases that have a therapy on the market are ultra-rare diseases, thus the treatments are extremely expensive ranging from several hundred thousand dollars to a few million. This cannot be sustained, especially as we are developing treatments to more common diseases and conditions. Cost effective manufacturing of cell-based therapy products is important to allow the field to grow. We are always challenging our awardees to keep this in mind and address these issues as they are moving forward with their products.
COVID-19 aside, this is the right place and the right time to be in this industry. The regenerative medicine field is growing, companies are expanding and the science is moving from university labs to commercial, process development and manufacturing faster than ever. I think the strength we have in Maryland in advanced therapy manufacturing should allow many people to join these leading companies- we have in our state some of the leading companies in the world. There are opportunities in different career stages and with different expertise.
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Global Stem Cell Therapy Market: Overview
Also called regenerative medicine, stem cell therapy encourages the reparative response of damaged, diseased, or dysfunctional tissue via the use of stem cells and their derivatives. Replacing the practice of organ transplantations, stem cell therapies have eliminated the dependence on availability of donors. Bone marrow transplant is perhaps the most commonly employed stem cell therapy.
Osteoarthritis, cerebral palsy, heart failure, multiple sclerosis and even hearing loss could be treated using stem cell therapies. Doctors have successfully performed stem cell transplants that significantly aid patients fight cancers such as leukemia and other blood-related diseases.
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Global Stem Cell Therapy Market: Key Trends
The key factors influencing the growth of the global stem cell therapy market are increasing funds in the development of new stem lines, the advent of advanced genomic procedures used in stem cell analysis, and greater emphasis on human embryonic stem cells. As the traditional organ transplantations are associated with limitations such as infection, rejection, and immunosuppression along with high reliance on organ donors, the demand for stem cell therapy is likely to soar. The growing deployment of stem cells in the treatment of wounds and damaged skin, scarring, and grafts is another prominent catalyst of the market.
On the contrary, inadequate infrastructural facilities coupled with ethical issues related to embryonic stem cells might impede the growth of the market. However, the ongoing research for the manipulation of stem cells from cord blood cells, bone marrow, and skin for the treatment of ailments including cardiovascular and diabetes will open up new doors for the advancement of the market.
Global Stem Cell Therapy Market: Market Potential
A number of new studies, research projects, and development of novel therapies have come forth in the global market for stem cell therapy. Several of these treatments are in the pipeline, while many others have received approvals by regulatory bodies.
In March 2017, Belgian biotech company TiGenix announced that its cardiac stem cell therapy, AlloCSC-01 has successfully reached its phase I/II with positive results. Subsequently, it has been approved by the U.S. FDA. If this therapy is well- received by the market, nearly 1.9 million AMI patients could be treated through this stem cell therapy.
Another significant development is the granting of a patent to Israel-based Kadimastem Ltd. for its novel stem-cell based technology to be used in the treatment of multiple sclerosis (MS) and other similar conditions of the nervous system. The companys technology used for producing supporting cells in the central nervous system, taken from human stem cells such as myelin-producing cells is also covered in the patent.
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Global Stem Cell Therapy Market: Regional Outlook
The global market for stem cell therapy can be segmented into Asia Pacific, North America, Latin America, Europe, and the Middle East and Africa. North America emerged as the leading regional market, triggered by the rising incidence of chronic health conditions and government support. Europe also displays significant growth potential, as the benefits of this therapy are increasingly acknowledged.
Asia Pacific is slated for maximum growth, thanks to the massive patient pool, bulk of investments in stem cell therapy projects, and the increasing recognition of growth opportunities in countries such as China, Japan, and India by the leading market players.
Global Stem Cell Therapy Market: Competitive Analysis
Several firms are adopting strategies such as mergers and acquisitions, collaborations, and partnerships, apart from product development with a view to attain a strong foothold in the global market for stem cell therapy.
Some of the major companies operating in the global market for stem cell therapy are RTI Surgical, Inc., MEDIPOST Co., Ltd., Osiris Therapeutics, Inc., NuVasive, Inc., Pharmicell Co., Ltd., Anterogen Co., Ltd., JCR Pharmaceuticals Co., Ltd., and Holostem Terapie Avanzate S.r.l.
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AgeX Therapeutics and ImStem Biotechnology Sign Non-Binding Letter of Intent Regarding Investigational MSC Candidate IMS001 for COVID-19 and Other…
ALAMEDA, Calif. & FARMINGTON, Conn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--AgeX Therapeutics, Inc. (AgeX: NYSE American: AGE), a biotechnology company developing therapeutics for human aging and regeneration, and ImStem Biotechnology, Inc., a biopharmaceutical company developing human embryonic stem cell-derived mesenchymal stem cells (hES-MSC), today announced their signing of a non-binding letter of intent for ImStem to obtain from AgeX a non-exclusive license to use AgeXs embryonic stem cell line ESI 053 to derive ImStems investigational MSC product IMS001 for development in COVID-19 as well as acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) due to other causes. AgeX and ImStem are co-operating to finalize financial terms and other provisions of a license agreement.
ImStem has previously used AgeX ESI 053 to derive the ImStem IMS001 product which is being investigated for multiple sclerosis under an IND. Earlier this year, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) cleared IMS001 to begin a Phase 1 clinical study in patients with multiple sclerosis, after a clinical hold on its Investigational New Drug (IND) application was removed. This is believed to be the first MSC product derived from human embryonic stem cells to be accepted for a clinical trial by the FDA. AgeX and ImStem already have a commercial license in place, which grants ImStem rights to use AgeXs ESI 053 to derive IMS001 as a product candidate for development in autoimmune disease, including multiple sclerosis.
To date, in patients with pneumonia and ARDS due to COVID-19, preliminary literature suggests MSCs, such as ImStems hES-MSC candidate IMS001, may warrant further development consideration. An early clinical study conducted in China by an unrelated group with a different MSC product, Transplantation of ACE2- Mesenchymal Stem Cells Improves the Outcome of Patients with COVID-19 Pneumonia, and published in Aging and Disease (2020, Vol. 11, No. 2, pp. 216-228) showed that an intravenous infusion of a different MSC product appeared safe and improved functional outcomes in seven treated patients with COVID-19 pneumonia. MSCs are well recognized to be immunomodulatory in nature, possessing immunosuppressive and anti-inflammatory properties.
Even before their application to COVID-19, MSCs were being investigated as a potential therapeutic option in ARDS, and emerging data in preclinical models has been encouraging. ARDS remains an area of considerable unmet medical need, affecting around 200,000 patients annually in the U.S., accounting for 10% of all intensive care unit patients, and having a mortality of approximately 40%. At the present time, no specific direct therapies exist for ARDS and only supportive treatment is available.
We feel privileged to be part of a global effort to combat COVID-19. This is a unique opportunity for AgeX to leverage its resources to help with the public health challenge at hand. Decades of pioneering work with human embryonic stem cells means this technology is now at a point where it may play a role in the development of a cell-based approach to combating COVID-19. We are very excited by the prospect of expanding our relationship with ImStem to include COVID-19 and ARDS, said Dr. Nafees Malik, Chief Operating Officer of AgeX.
We welcome the opportunity to continue to collaborate with AgeX and explore future development of our IMS001 product in COVID-19 and ARDS from other causes, commented Richard Kim, M.D., Chief Medical Officer of ImStem Biotechnology.
About AgeX Therapeutics
AgeX Therapeutics, Inc. (NYSE American: AGE) is focused on developing and commercializing innovative therapeutics for human aging. AgeXs PureStem and UniverCyte manufacturing and immunotolerance technologies are designed to work together to generate highly defined, universal, allogeneic, off-the-shelf pluripotent stem cell-derived young cells of any type for application in a variety of diseases with a high unmet medical need. AgeX has two preclinical cell therapy programs: AGEX-VASC1 (vascular progenitor cells) for tissue ischemia and AGEX-BAT1 (brown fat cells) for Type II diabetes. AgeXs revolutionary longevity platform induced Tissue Regeneration (iTR) aims to unlock cellular immortality and regenerative capacity to reverse age-related changes within tissues. AGEX-iTR1547 is an iTR-based formulation in preclinical development. HyStem is AgeXs delivery technology to stably engraft PureStem cell therapies in the body. AgeXs core product pipeline is intended to extend human healthspan. AgeX is seeking opportunities to establish licensing and collaboration arrangements around its broad IP estate and proprietary technology platforms and therapy product candidates.
For more information, please visit http://www.agexinc.com or connect with the company on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and YouTube.
About ImStem Biotechnology
ImStem Biotechnology, Inc. is aspiring to revolutionize how serious diseases with significant unmet needs are treated with a new generation of regenerative and cellular therapies. Pioneering research by its current founder and Chief Technology Officer Dr. Xiaofang Wang and Dr. Ren-He Xu, former director of UConn Stem Cell Institute, led to the proprietary state-of-the-art pluripotent stem cell technology, enabling off-the-shelf, allogeneic stem cell-derived products to be manufactured in scale, differentiating itself from the typical challenges imposed by autologous adult cell therapy products. The company's mission is to advance the science and understanding of human pluripotent stem cell based regenerative cellular therapies through novel and creative development pathways and to fulfill unmet medical needs in serious diseases. And its development strategy focuses on neurologic, autoimmune, degenerative, and rare orphan diseases. ImStem Biotechnology Inc. is a privately held company headquartered in Farmington, CT.
For more information, visit http://www.imstem.com.
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Certain statements contained in this release are forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Any statements that are not historical fact including, but not limited to statements that contain words such as will, believes, plans, anticipates, expects, estimates should also be considered forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties. Actual results may differ materially from the results anticipated in these forward-looking statements and as such should be evaluated together with the many uncertainties that affect the business of AgeX Therapeutics, Inc. and its subsidiaries, particularly those mentioned in the cautionary statements found in more detail in the Risk Factors section of AgeXs most recent Annual Report on Form 10-K and Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q filed with the Securities and Exchange Commissions (copies of which may be obtained at http://www.sec.gov). Subsequent events and developments may cause these forward-looking statements to change. In addition, with respect to AgeXs letter of intent with ImStem there is no assurance that (i) AgeX and ImStem will successfully conclude negotiations and enter into a license agreement; (ii) ImStem will be successful in developing any therapeutic products from a stem cell line licensed by AgeX or that any therapeutic product that may be developed will receive FDA or foreign regulatory approval, or (iii) AgeX will derive revenue or other financial benefits from any license agreement that might be signed with ImStem. AgeX specifically disclaims any obligation or intention to update or revise these forward-looking statements as a result of changed events or circumstances that occur after the date of this release, except as required by applicable law.
Optimized Tandem CAR T-Cell Therapy Targeted CD19/CD20 Appears Feasible in B-NHL – Targeted Oncology
Optimized tandem CD19/CD20 chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-cell therapy induced potent and durable anti-tumor responses as treatment of patients with relapsed/refractory B cell non-Hodgkin lymphoma (B-NHL) with good control of cytokine release syndrome (CRS) and CAR T-related encephalopathy syndrome, according to a phase 1/2 clinical trial presented in a poster at the 2020 American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Virtual Scientific Program.
After a median of 13.5 months of follow-up (IQR, 33.2-3.3), 84% of patients had an objective response, and 74% had a complete response (CR). The duration of overall response rate (ORR) at 6 months was 94% and 74% at 12 months.
Both the median progression-free and overall survivals had not been reached for patients at the time of data cut-off. At 6 months, the progression-free survival rate was 76%, and at 12 months, it was 59%.
Sixty-two patients experienced CRS (71%), which was grade 1 or 2 in 61% of patients and grade 3 or greater in 10%. The median time to the onset of CRS after infusion was 1 day (range, 1-5). The median duration of CRS was 6 days (range, 1-9). Investigators also noted that the median time to the onset of grade 3 CRS was 1 day (range, 1-2).
The most common adverse events within 1 month of the IV infusion were leukopenia, pyrexia, and anorexia. Only 2 patients (2%) experienced CAR T-cell-related encephalopathy syndrome of grade 3 severity.
Three treatment-related deaths occurred in the study, 2 due to pulmonary infection and 1 due to deposition of CAR T cells in pulmonary alveoli.
Ninety-nine patients were screened for the study, of which 87 received the infusion and 74 were followed for at least 3 months before the data cutoff date. Patients underwent leukapheresis and conditioning chemotherapy, which was followed by a single intravenous infusion of tandem CD19/20 CAR T cells on day 0 at a dose of 0.5x106x106 per kg of body weight.
The majority of patients in the study were under the age of 60 years (82%) and female (53%). Overall, 62% of patients had an ECOG performance status of 0 or 1 versus 38% who had a 2. Upon study entry, 85% had stage III or IV disease and 15% had stage I or II. Patients were diagnosed with either diffuse large B-cell lymphoma (66%), follicular lymphoma (15%), transformed follicular lymphoma (7%), primary mediastinal B-cell lymphoma (6%) or other (6%).
Fifty-six percent of patients had 3 to 5 prior lines of anti-neoplastic therapy, while 27% had 2 or less and 17% had 6 or more. The majority of patients had a lesion diameter less than 10 cm (78%) and had tumor burden SPD of 100 cm2 or more (55%). Eighty percent of the patients were refractory, 20% had relapsed to second-line or later therapy, 14% became refractory after stem cell transplant, and 10% had relapsed after a prior CD19 CAR-T cell therapy.
To be eligible for the study, patients had to be between the ages of 16 and 70 years, and they could not have received prior anti-CD20 monoclonal antibody and anthracycline treatment. Patients had to have an ECOG performance status of 0 to 2 with a life expectancy greater than 3 months and adequate organ function to enroll in the study. Patients also had to have measurable disease according to the IWG Response Criteria for Malignant Lymphoma.
Patients who had a CR with no evidence of disease were ineligible to enroll. If they had definite involvement of the gastrointestinal tract, negative tumor puncture detection in both CD19 and CD20, or had serious uncontrolled medical disorders or active infections, they also could not enroll. Patients were also excluded from the study if they were deemed unsuitable for the trial based on clinical judgement or were pregnant or lactating.
CD19-targeted CAR T cells have been highly effective in the treatment landscape of hematologic malignancies, but the recurrence rate appears high, which is a major obstacle to durable remissions with this therapy. This study aimed to evaluate the safety and tolerability of intravenous tandem CD19/20 CAR T cells among patients with relapsed/refractory NHL.
Secondary objectives of this study also included assessment of efficacy of the study treatment defined by ORR and evaluation of the duration of overall response, progression-free and overall survival. An exploratory objective of the study was to determine in vivo expansion and persistence of the Tandem CD19/CD20 CAR T cells.
The rationale for this study was to address the high recurrence rate observed with CAR T-cell therapy, which often prevents durable remission after treatment. Overall the optimized tandem CAR T treatment appeared feasible in patients with B-NHL. Although many of the patients in the study had heavy tumor burden, were in poor physical condition, or had highly aggressive characteristics, they were still able to achieve a satisfactory ORR and CR rate with the tandem CD19/CD20 CAR-engineered T-cell therapy.
Ja-Jing Z, Yao W, Zhi-Qiang Wu, et al. Safety and Efficacy of Optimized Tandem CD19/CD20 CAR-Engineered T Cells in Patients with Relapsed/Refractory Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma. J Clin Oncol. 38: 2020 (suppl; abstr 3034). doi: 10.1200/JCO.2020.38.15_suppl.3034
CSL Behring and Seattle Children’s Research Institute to Advance Gene Therapy Treatments for Primary Immunodeficiency Diseases | DNA RNA and Cells |…
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Initially, the alliance will develop treatment options for patients with two rare, life-threatening primary immunodeficiency diseases -- Wiskott-Aldrich Syndrome (WAS) and X-linked Agammaglobulinemia (XLA)
SEATTLE, WA and KING of PRUSSIA, PA, USA I June 2, 2020 I Seattle Children's Research Institute, one of the top pediatric research institutions in the world, and global biotechnology leader CSL Behring announced a strategic alliance to develop stem cell gene therapies for primary immunodeficiency diseases.
Initially, the alliance will focus on the development of treatment options for patients with two rare, life-threatening primary immunodeficiency diseases -- Wiskott-Aldrich Syndrome and X-linked Agammaglobulinemia. These are two of more than 400 identified primary immunodeficiency diseases in which a part of the body's immune system is missing or functions improperly.
"CSL Behring will collaborate with Seattle Children's experts to apply our novel gene therapy technology to their research pipeline, with an aim to address unmet needs for people living with certain rare primary immunodeficiency diseases," said Bill Mezzanotte, MD, Executive Vice President, Head of Research and Development for CSL Behring. "Expanding our gene therapy portfolio into an area of immunology well known to CSL exemplifies how we are strategically growing our capabilities in this strategic scientific platform and are collaborating with world class institutions to access innovation with the potential to vastly improve patients' lives."
"Stem cell gene therapies that correct the genetic abnormality driving a child's disease will transform the therapeutic options for children with Wiskott-Aldrich Syndrome, X-Linked Agammaglobulinemia and other immunodeficiency diseases,"said David J. Rawlings, MD, director of the Center for Immunity and Immunotherapies and division chief of immunology at Seattle Children's, and a professor of pediatrics and immunology at the University of Washington School of Medicine."The collaboration with CSL Behring supports our longstanding research programs for pediatric immunodeficiency diseases and will accelerate this research toward clinical trials, helping get these innovations to the children who need them."
CSL Behring researchers, working with researchers from Seattle Children's Research Institute, will investigate applying the proprietary platform technologies, Select+ and Cytegrity, to several pre-clinical gene therapy programs. These technologies, which have broad applications in ex vivo stem cell gene therapy, are designed to address some of the major challenges associated with the commercialization of stem cell therapy, including the ability to manufacture consistent, high-quality products, and to improve engraftment, efficacy and tolerability.
Wiskott-Aldrich Syndrome (WAS) has an estimated incidence between one and 10 cases per million males worldwide, according to the National Institutes of Health. WAS patients' immune systems function abnormally, making them susceptible to infections. They also experience eczema, autoimmunity and difficulty forming blood clots, leaving them vulnerable to life threatening bleeding complications. Today the only knowncurefor WAS is a stem cell transplant, if a suitable donor can be found.
X-linked Agammaglobulinemia (XLA) is another rare primary immunodeficiency in which patients have low levels of immunoglobulins (also known as antibodies), which are key proteins made by the immune system to help fight infections. Like WAS, XLA affects males almost exclusively, although females can be genetic carriers of the condition. While no cure exists for XLA, the goal of treatment is to boost the immune system by replacing missing antibodies and preventing or aggressively treating infections that occur, according to the Immune Deficiency Foundation.
About Seattle Children's
Seattle Children's mission is to provide hope, care and cures to help every child live the healthiest and most fulfilling life possible. Together, Seattle Children's Hospital, Research Institute and Foundation deliver superior patient care, identify new discoveries and treatments through pediatric research, and raise funds to create better futures for patients.
Ranked as one of the top children's hospitals in the country by U.S. News & World Report, Seattle Children's serves as the pediatric and adolescent academic medical center for Washington, Alaska, Montana and Idaho the largest region of any children's hospital in the country. As one of the nation's top five pediatric research centers, Seattle Children's Research Institute is internationally recognized for its work in neurosciences, immunology, cancer, infectious disease, injury prevention and much more. Seattle Children's Hospital and Research Foundation works with the Seattle Children's Guild Association, the largest all-volunteer fundraising network for any hospital in the country, to gather community support and raise funds for uncompensated care and research. Join Seattle Children's bold initiative It Starts With Yes: The Campaign for Seattle Children's to transform children's health for generations to come.
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CSL Behring is a global biotherapeutics leader driven by its promise to save lives. Focused on serving patients' needs by using the latest technologies, we develop and deliver innovative therapies that are used to treat coagulation disorders, primary immune deficiencies, hereditary angioedema, inherited respiratory disease, and neurological disorders. The company's products are also used in cardiac surgery, burn treatment and to prevent hemolytic disease of the newborn. CSL Behring operates one of the world's largest plasma collection networks, CSL Plasma. The parent company, CSL Limited (ASX:CSL;USOTC:CSLLY), headquartered in Melbourne, Australia, employs more than 26,000 people, and delivers its life-saving therapies to people in more than 70 countries. For more information, visit http://www.cslbehring.com and for inspiring stories about the promise of biotechnology, visit Vita http://www.cslbehring.com/Vita.
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A synopsis of the global canine stem cell therapy market with reference to the global healthcare pharmaceutical industry
Despite the economic and political uncertainty in the recent past, the global healthcare industry has been receiving positive nudges from reformative and technological disruptions in medical devices, pharmaceuticals and biotech, in-vitro diagnostics, and medical imaging. Key markets across the world are facing a massive rise in demand for critical care services that are pushing global healthcare spending levels to unimaginable limits.
A rapidly multiplying geriatric population; increasing prevalence of chronic ailments such as cancer and cardiac disease; growing awareness among patients; and heavy investments in clinical innovation are just some of the factors that are impacting the performance of the global healthcare industry. Proactive measures such as healthcare cost containment, primary care delivery, innovation in medical procedures (3-D printing, blockchain, and robotic surgery to name a few), safe and effective drug delivery, and well-defined healthcare regulatory compliance models are targeted at placing the sector on a high growth trajectory across key regional markets.
Parent Indicators Healthcare Current expenditure on health, % of gross domestic product Current expenditure on health, per capita, US$ purchasing power parities (current prices, current PPPs) Annual growth rate of current expenditure on health, per capita, in real terms Out-of-pocket expenditure, % of current expenditure on health Out-of-pocket expenditure, per capita, US$ purchasing power parity (current prices, current PPPs) Physicians, Density per 1000 population (head counts) Nurses, Density per 1000 population (head counts) Total hospital beds, per 1000 population Curative (acute) care beds, per 1000 population Medical technology, Magnetic Resonance Imaging units, total, per million population Medical technology, Computed Tomography scanners, total, per million population
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The global canine stem cell therapy market has been segmented into:
Product Type: Allogeneic Stem Cells Autologous Stem cells
Application: Arthritis Dysplasia Tendonitis Lameness Others
End User: Veterinary Hospitals Veterinary Clinics Veterinary Research Institutes
Region: North America Latin America Europe Asia Pacific Japan Middle East & Africa
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