Regenerative Medicine Tag

The initial breakthrough arrived at Harvard when the researchers discovered that when mice are stressed, their hair begins to grow gray due to a depletion in specific stem cells that reside in the base of hair follicles. These stem cells turn into pigment-producing cells as hair grows, but “in times of great stress” these stem cells are over-activated...

Harnessing the body’s own regenerative powers is a medical practice with a 30 year track record and also is at the frontier of present day advancements whose properties can seem miraculous to those who benefit from them. The miracle, however, is the result of scientific exploration that has begun to unlock and utilize the body’s extraordinary ability to heal and restore itself.

Dawning on the horizon of medical advancements are therapies with potent healing potential whose benefits have the power to span disciplines ad diverse as hair restoration and orthopedics. These therapies harness the power and versatility of the human body to regenerate damaged skin tissue..

The ability to safely heal damaged tissue and regenerate new tissue with one’s own cells is the future of Regenerative Medicine. It is now possible to restore damaged cells in humans and animals by simply taking their own blood, processing it to increase the bodies...

The ability to safely heal damaged tissue and regenerate new tissue with one’s own cells is the future of Regenerative Medicine. It is now possible to restore damaged cells in humans and animals by simply taking their own blood, processing it to increase the bodies...

The ability to safely heal damaged tissue and regenerate new tissue with one’s own cells is the future of Regenerative Medicine. It is now possible to restore damaged cells in humans and animals by simply taking their own blood, processing it to increase the bodies...

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