Press kit

Nota de Prensa ICIII. ITRT
The Instituto de Salud Carlos III, of the Spanish Ministry of Finance and Competitiveness, issued a press release referencing the publication in the scientific journal "Transplantation", of the good results obtained by a Spanish research team with the application of allogeneic bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells in the treatment of osteoarthritis of the knee. The multicentre clinical trial was conducted by the Orthopaedics and Traumatology Department at the Hospital Clínico de...
La Vanguardia ITRT
Article which featured on the middle pages of the La Vanguardia newspaper on 21/01/2015 about the work of Xcelia, the Advanced Therapies Unit of Barcelona's Blood and Tissue Bank. The article, written by Ana Macpherson, explains the various projects in the field of musculoskeletal system pathology that Xcelia, of the Catalan Health Service, is investigating by using stem cell therapy. The article also recognises ITRT's role and the progress it has made in the field of osteoarthritis.
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Pere Herms discusses recovery after mesenchymal stem cell therapy for osteoarthritis of the knee. Herms is a telecommunications engineer and holds a Master in Creative Documentary. Founder of the production company Abyssinia Films, he has worked on numerous documentaries broadcast on various national and international television stations, including TV3, TVE, Canal+, France 5, Ceska Televisie, Digital+ from Poland... He has visited Africa and Latin America on numerous occasions for social...
RNE logo en web ITRT
osé Antonio López Guerrero and Lola Plaza ask Dr Lluís Orozco on Radio Exterior de España about stem cell therapy today and about the work of ITRT in the field of regenerative medicine. (Programme broadcast on 28 October 2014.) Link to PODCAST Link to PODCAST
Dr Barret células madre
The 15 July issue of the Periódico de Catalunya newspaper published the therapeutic advances achieved by Hospital Vall d'Hebron's Department of Plastic Surgery, located in Barcelona and directed by Dr Joan Pere Barret. They have successfully inserted adipose tissue-derived stem cells under scars caused by major burns. The cells were selected and cultured in accordance with pharmaceutical standards at the Blood and Tissue Bank's Advanced Therapies Unit. The same article referred to...