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AVSC and its assoiates have develoed a number of stem cell based therapies for the treatment of a number of diseases and conditions in dogs, cats and horses.

Stem cell therapies are currently available for the treatment of canine arthritis as well as for the treatment of equine tendon and ligament injuries.

Treatments can generallly be despatched within 24 - 48 hours

We welcome enquiries from veterinarians - and owners of animals.

AVSC can supply either of two alternative stem cell treatments:-

a) 'Off the shelf' treatments based on the use of pure cultured stem cells derived from especially selected 'donor' animals


b) Stromal Vascular Fraction treatments based on the use of cells derived from tissue that is surgically removed from the animal being treated.

Veterinarian doctor and a beagle puppy

AVSC is partnered with:-

1) Monash Imunology and Stem Cell Laboratories ('MISCL") - part of Monash University. MISCL is australia's largest stem cell research group with over 100 research scientists

AVSC and its associates have been researching and developing veterinary stem cell treatents since 2004. Research has been carried out at Monash Immunology and Stem Cell Laboratories ('MISCL') at Monash University in Melbourne. Monash University is australia's largest university, and MISCL is one of the worlds leading stem cell laborartories - and one of the 5 largest stem cell laboratories.

2) Vet-Stem Inc of the USA - the first and largest international veterinary stem cell organization

Vet-Stem and its international associates have treated in excess of 7000 animals. AVSC has an exclusive licensing agreement with Vet-Stem.

AVSC is interested iin working with veterinarians who have an interest in providing regenerative medicine treatments (adult stem cells) based on the use of adipose derived mesenchymal stem cells.

We look forward to hearing from veterinarians who would like to work with us. Please email us for more information.

Support for the efficacy of Stem Cell Therapy in dogs: Click here for more info.