Magellan is led by a very experienced management team - with a focus on optimum clinical outcomes, highly efficient laboratory operations and commercial reality.
Magellan Stem Cells works closely with its associates in the provision of the highest quality stem cell products. We have a extensive network of quality medical referrers from all over the country
Melbourne Stem Cell Centre
MSCC is a research guided private clinic that is committed to the ethical development and clinical application of stem cell therapies. MSCC brings together a dedicated team of clinicians and scientists and is an industry leader in the clinical management of arthritis.
Dr Scott Burne
St Vincent’s Clinic
Suite 407, 438 Victoria Street
(02) 8382 6969
The Metro Pain Group, in collaboration with the Melbourne Stem Cell Centre, is offering stem cell therapy for back pain caused by damaged vertebrae. Mesenchymal Stem Cells have been shown to reduce pain and induce joint repair in conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis and discogenic lower back pain (where the pain is caused by damaged vertebrae). A recent study involving 100 patients showed significant pain relief and improvements in disability 24 months after stem cell therapy in patients with chronic low back pain (Mesoblast, 2015). A 10-patient study showed rapid improvements in chronic lower back pain as early as three months following therapy (Orozco 2011).
Norwood Day Surgery
Dr Mario Marzola
Norwood Day Surgery
337 South Terrace
Adelaide SA 5000
p: (08)8333 0333
f: (08)8333 2446
Australian Veterinary Stem Cells
AVSC has been developing stem cell services in the veterinary setting (equine and companion animal sectors) within Australia since 2009. AVSC, through past association with Monash Immunology and Stem Cell Laboratories - at Monash University (Melbourne) - has developed a number of stem cell products for veterinary treatments. In regard to arthritis, veterinarians have reported that in excess of 90% of dogs treated for arthritis with an intra-articular injection of ‘pure' cultured stem cells have responded with an improvement in the condition (quality of life) of the dog treated– with 60% of dogs showing a substantial improvement (5 out of 5 on a Quality of Life score) .
Swinburne University of Technology
Hawthorn, Melbourne, Australia
Charles Sturt University
Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia
Legal - Minter Ellison
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