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Is it safe?

Yes. Since the cells come from and are returned back to the same animal (autologous), there is almost no risk of rejection or reaction. Although the chance of post-treatment inflammation is minimal, the process of injecting a tendon or joint with any substance carries a risk that you should discuss with your veterinarian. Vet-Stem processes the cells in an aseptic environment and adds an antibiotic to the cell suspension before returning the cells for injection.

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