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Avita Medical Is Looking For People To Do Recell Clinical Study.

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Apparently they are showing how much more effective acne scarring an be improved with with dermabrasian vs dermabrasian with ReCell.

If you would like to enroll in this study follow the link below


/>http://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT01476826

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Is that for acne scar treatment? Minimum requirement is a scar area that's 50 cm2. That's nearly 20 inches2.

yeah im not sure on the whole math thing but the page mentions "scars" alot so im guessing they want people with some sort of scarring.

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Apparently they are showing how much more effective acne scarring an be improved with with dermabrasian vs dermabrasian with ReCell.

If you would like to enroll in this study follow the link below

http://clinicaltrial...how/NCT01476826

Trials are being conducted to show how much more effective dermabrasion ALONE is than dermabrasion coupled with ReCell?

I don't really understand how that could be. Could somebody explain, please?

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is in nc to which is close to me i'm in tn ...hopefully i'll hear somin

i think they want to show how much better recell works with a dermabrasion then just a stand alone dermabrasion

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I don't think they are taking acne scar patients. I think you have to have a surgical scar and they will want to leave half of your scar without recell as a control. Or if you havce two similar scars treat one and not the other. You have to be able to compare.

The condition in the link says "meshed skin graft scar" not acne scar

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Recell has been proven to be very effective for quite some time. - the before and after pics from docs on the net prove this quite well. Its been used here in Australia for a while and the results are remarkable,

I think this is purely to get it passed in the US. if you guys can give it a go - go for it - it seems like a terrific treatment option and pretty much a sure thing :)

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Is that for acne scar treatment? Minimum requirement is a scar area that's 50 cm2. That's nearly 20 inches2.

50cm² is more like 8~ in²

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Is that for acne scar treatment? Minimum requirement is a scar area that's 50 cm2. That's nearly 20 inches2.

50cm² is more like 8~ in²

You are right. that's still a very big area

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Hi. The study you have referenced (NCT01476826) is for meshed split-thickness skin graft scars. These are the mesh-patterned scars that can results from burn surgery.

thats the response i got

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