Companies offer athletes hope with questionable stem cell treatments - USA Today

Featuring CelBank advisor Dr. Joseph Purita

For a minimum price of $15,000, several professional athletes recently received a curious new medical treatment in New York.

It’s called “The Soup” — a mixture of human cells that includes stem cells derived from a patient’s own fat. If it works the way they hope, The Soup can help repair injuries that otherwise might require surgery — damaged knees, elbows, hips, necks and more.

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