Spinal Concepts expands tissue bank agreement:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Spinal Concepts is to market the National Tissue Bank Network-Georgia Tissue Bank's bone and tissue products. The Austin, Texas-based company already engineers allografts for specific use in spinal applications for the independent, non-profit organisation. The American Association of Tissue Banks believes the acceptance of donated human bone in orthopaedic and spinal procedures is increasing and says that around 550,000 bone allografts were distributed in the US in 1996.
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