What separates the Institute of Regenerative Medicine from the rest of the pack?

The Institute of Regenerative Medicine is very different from most all of the entities out there that are performing Regenerative Medicine treatments.  We are taking a multifaceted approach in our treatment of the patient.  Our differences start from the very beginning. Typically, when patients are treated they will be placed on a number of supplements. …

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IPS CELLS TAKE A BLACK EYE

Recently an article in the journal “New Scientist” published a disturbing article about IPS cells.  IPS cells are called Induced Pluripotential Stem cells.  These are cells that are made from adult cells to act more like an embryonic cell or a pluripotential cell.  This is typically done by the use of an enzyme or a…

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Mesenchymal Stem Cells

I just  returned from  lecturing at meeting concerning Regenerative Medicine in Germany.  A few of the lecturers mention how mesenchymal stem cells drive tissue regeneration.  There still seems to be a misconception out there that mesenchymal stem cells are the cells of tissue regeneration.  This is simply not the case.  Are mesenchymal stem cells important? …

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