PRP Still Needs More Research, But Still Promising

The New Yorker addresses the blood injections that might transform orthopedics. Interest in platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is growing in part because traditional treatments for joint problems, such as arthritis, torn ligaments, and damaged tendons, are only marginally effective. Scientists and clinicians, many from major institutions, say that PRP can heal a range of orthopedic injuries, which are often difficult to treat.

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