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Anyone following the annular tear sealant research?

wally2wwally2 Posts: 75
edited 06/11/2012 - 7:23 AM in Back Surgery and Neck Surgery
I really didn't know where to post this.

My Spine Specialist advised me he is currently researching and testing a sealant for disks to include annular tears and herniations. He said it has already showed a huge success in lab tests and should be ready for FDA approval in the not too far future.

Anyone else heard of this research?
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  • Sorry I haven't heard of this myself, but just wanted to bump your post back to the top in case someone else can help.

    Hope you get some answers, Spicey
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