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We invite those developing human cell and tissue products, including stem cells, to come and speak to us about whether their products require premarket approval. Without FDA approval, the SVF treatments aren’t covered by insurance, so a patient’s costs can run from $5,000 to $50,000, according to the report. A substantial danger, Taylor-Weiner said, is that individuals who purchase these ongoing services might miss out on an opportunity for approved treatment. Sometimes patients are convinced to use these treatments instead of a more effective, evidence-centered treatment, he said.