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Sunday, 01 November 2009 05:05

TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Early results were reported from an independent study in Japan using adipose-derived stem and regenerative cells for breast augmentation. Early results on the first three patients from this investigator-initiated study showed the increase in breast volume was maintained at three months and that the tissue remained soft and natural. The findings were reported earlier this week by the investigator, Tatsuro Kamakura, M.D., Chief Medical Officer of Cosmetic Surgery Seishin, at the 94th Bi-Annual Congress of the Japan Society of Aesthetic Surgery (www.biyou-clinic.jp/jsas/).

"Volume retention and softness of tissue at three-months is extremely encouraging compared to typical outcomes in non-cell-enhanced fat transfers, said Dr. Kamakura. If volume retention holds at nine-months, the augmentations can be expected to be permanent. Such results offer women a revolutionary new cosmetic surgery option for smaller volume augmentations, where a more natural look and feel is desired."

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