International Society for Stem Cell Applications Launches Advanced Turkish Hair Transplant Certification Program in Cancun
Miami, Florida – The International Society for Stem Cell Applications (ISSCA) is thrilled to announce the launch of its newest program, the Advanced Turkish Hair Transplant Certification. This pioneering training and certification initiative will take place from December 8th to 10th at the prestigious Cellular Hope Institute Facility in Cancun, Mexico. Physicians are encouraged to register promptly as the program is expected to fill up quickly.
Turkey has earned a global reputation for providing the finest hair transplants worldwide. Some of the hair transplant experts from Turkey who have developed and perfected this procedure are now willing to share their secrets with any physician who seeks to excel in hair restoration procedures in their home country. The demand for hair regrowth, hair restoration, and hair transplant procedures is growing by the day as men and women realize they do not have to suffer from the embarrassment of thinning hair and bare scalps anymore.
The Advanced Turkish Hair Transplant Certification program offers a comprehensive curriculum encompassing cutting-edge hair transplant procedures. Participants will engage in both theoretical and practical training sessions, helping to assist their mastery of this rapidly expanding field. They will have the extraordinary opportunity to practice hair transplant surgeries under the supervision and guidance of world-renowned experts in the field, including Veysel Cabalar, Asli Uslu, and Emere Tuncinar, who bring their wealth of experience and knowledge to the program.
In addition to hair transplant surgery, the program’s curriculum will cover workshops on advanced hair restoration techniques such as exomes, stem cells, and platelet-rich plasma treatments. Participants will learn how to select suitable patients for these different hair restoration methods and gain hands-on experience in preparing, storing, and administering exosomes, stem cells, and platelet-rich plasma to promote hair regrowth. Armed with this expertise, we believe participants will return to their own clinics with confidence, ready to deliver these transformative procedures for the benefit of their patients.
Dr. Salih Yildirim, ISSCA President, expressed his delight in fulfilling the organization’s mission of expanding the reach of new regenerative medicine technologies to doctors and patients worldwide: “The Advanced Turkish Hair Transplant Certification program exemplifies our commitment to advancing the field of regenerative medicine. We are proud to provide doctors with the tools and knowledge to bring the latest hair restoration techniques to their patients.”
Benito Novas, ISSCA Vicepresident , added, “We are excited to bring this groundbreaking Turkish training to Cancun, offering local doctors and physicians across Latin America the opportunity to learn from the best. Our collaboration with the Cellular Hope Institute Facility underscores our dedication to providing exceptional educational experiences that benefit medical professionals and patients alike.”
The program will include theoretical sessions on scalp and hair follicle anatomy, patient evaluation, and surgical preparation for hair transplant procedures. Detailed workshops on graft extraction and implantation techniques will also be conducted, enabling participants to refine their skills and achieve realistic, outstanding results. From patient evaluations to postoperative care protocols, the hands-on surgical sessions will encompass every aspect of the hair transplant process.
The Advanced Turkish Hair Transplant Certification program by ISSCA offers an invaluable opportunity for doctors seeking to excel in the field of hair transplantation. Participants will gain comprehensive knowledge, refine their surgical techniques, and stay abreast of the latest advancements in hair regrowth, hair restoration, and hair transplants.
To learn more about the Advanced Turkish Hair Transplant Certification program and register for this transformative educational experience, please visit the official ISSCA website at www.issca.com.
The International Society for Stem Cell Applications (ISSCA) is a multidisciplinary community of scientists and physicians collaborating to treat diseases and lessen human suffering through advances in regenerative medicine. By bringing together worldwide researchers and healthcare practitioners, ISSCA aims to bridge the gap between cutting-edge scientific research and compassionate, effective patient care.
About Global Stem Cells Group
Global Stem Cells Group (GSCG) is a world-renowned leader in regenerative medicine, specializing in innovative solutions that harness the power of stem cells for therapeutic applications. With a global network of offices and an unwavering commitment to excellence, GSCG continues to shape the future of regenerative and restorative medicine through groundbreaking products and advanced treatment protocols.
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Despite progress in cardiovascular research, cardiac pathology continues to be one of the most common causes of morbidity and mortality in the world. Stem cell-based therapy has been recognized as an innovative strategy for the repair, regeneration and functional recovery of the myocardium, hence, once the animal research stage has been overcome, most clinical trials aimed at evaluating the safety and effectiveness of regenerative medicine in cardiovascular diseases have focused on angina pectoris, myocardial infarction and chronic cardiomyopathy. Although the current evidence of benefit is not conclusive, the evidence in favor of favorable results is growing.
In some cases, stem cell therapy can provide an effective treatment or alternative for diseases or disorders for which there is no effective treatment. Because these cells are capable of dividing into a wide range of lineages and tissues, they can be used to treat various diseases by repairing, replacing, and regenerating tissues.
It is unclear how umbilical cord mesenchymal stem cells act on the heart, but previous studies have shown that they possess an anti-apoptotic effect. The induced cardiomyocytes can form discs interspersed with myocytes from the host cells, creating a functional syncytium that will help contract the heart. Mesenchymal stem cells can improve cardiac function and reduce damage caused by cardiovascular disease, since they stimulate endogenous repair mechanisms, the regulation of the immune response, tissue perfusion and the proliferation of the resident heart rate, thereby improving cardiac function and reducing damage severity.
This syndrome, characterized by persistent angina despite standard medical treatment, is often not revascularized due to diffuse coronary lesions or severe comorbidities.
In 2017, a review included 13 clinical studies, with 1061 patients and 12 months of follow-up on average, indicating cell therapy has emerged as a tool for managing these patients. Although the available data are inconclusive, the authors conclude that stem cell-based therapy could be a viable addition to conventional treatment options for refractory angina, given the paucity of therapeutic alternatives.
There was a reduction in mortality at two years after a meta-analysis in 2018, involving 304 patients, showed improved exercise tolerance and reduced angina attack frequency at three, six and 12 months. An additional meta-analysis published in March 2019, involving 526 patients monitored for 14 months, showed that patients treated with stem cells had fewer serious adverse effects, fewer deaths, fewer angina attacks, and fewer antianginal medications than those treated with conventional management.
A third meta-analysis from 2019, with 269 patients and 15 months of follow-up on average, reports the following results: decreased all-cause mortality, decreased frequency of angina and increased exercise time, with no increase in adverse reactions.
Cardiomyopathy (ischemic and non-ischemic)
Despite optimal medical and surgical management, many patients with heart failure undergo long-term myocardial remodeling that does not allow them to restore their ventricular function. This is because current treatment protocols cannot reverse the loss of cardiomyocytes due to cardiomyopathy. Since inflammatory responses continue over time as a central mechanism in the development of heart failure, it was of interest to investigate the anti-inflammatory, antifibrotic, and immunomodulatory properties of stem cells in patients with ischemic and non-ischemic cardiomyopathy.
In a review of five clinical studies published between 2017 and 2018, including 605 patients, the authors conclude that cell therapy is safe, causes immunomodulatory effects, improves functional capacity, and adds clinical benefits to standard therapies. According to them, the results are promising, and further evidence strengthening is recommended.
Based on a meta-analysis published in May 2019, involving 20 investigations and 1418 patients evaluated for an average of 21 months, stem cells improved cardiac function indicators (LVEF and LVESV), walking distance, functional classification of heart failure, quality of life, and mortality as compared to controls. Hospitalizations and serious adverse events were not different from those in the control group.
In a recent review of 9 studies involving 612 patients with heart failure, improvement was found in clinical and paraclinical parameters, evaluated on average for 9 months. According to the authors, stem cells are an effective therapy for the treatment of heart failure, improving patient prognosis and ability to exercise.
Acute myocardial infarction (AMI)
The application of stem cells was associated with a significant increase in left ventricular ejection fraction (LVEF) and other variables indicative of improved ventricular function and modification of remodeling in patients with AMI receiving timely percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) and conventional medication in different studies. Even coronary artery bypass grafting with stem cells offers greater benefits. A number of studies have also shown that intravenous administration could be a more efficient and effective method of treating the heart or coronary arteries than direct application, with logistic, safety, and cost advantages.
Stem cell therapy is evidenced to be a safe way to treat cardiovascular diseases, as it shows an anti-apoptotic effect, reduction of lesion size, improvement of cardiac function through regulation of the immune response, adequate tissue perfusion and activation of growth factors.
We still need to explore a lot of ground, in terms of these and other conditions. You can learn more about regenerative medicine and stem cells by enrolling in our international certification program at www.issca.us
Atherosclerosis is the most common form of arterial occlusive disease in adults. About 15 percent of adults over 55 years of age suffer from critical ischemia, the most severe form of this disease.
Due to the gradual aging of the population and the growing number of people in their third age group, a number of studies have been conducted in order to improve the prognosis of atherosclerosis obliterans and to find alternatives to the mutilation of the extremities. As a general rule, chronic ischemia of the lower limbs should be treated to alleviate symptoms, particularly pain, prevent disease progression, and reduce the rate of amputations. In most patients with critical ischemia, the main goal is to preserve the affected limb.
The development of regenerative medicine is closely linked to the development of new knowledge about embryonic and adult stem cells, as well as the regenerative and therapeutic potential of stem cell therapy. The use of adult stem cells in the treatment of peripheral artery diseases has been demonstrated as a therapeutic agent for inducing angiogenesis. Recent preclinical studies as well as the pioneering clinical studies indicate that bone marrow-derived mononuclear cells (MBMCs) can enhance tissue vascularization in ischemic limbs, with results similar to those obtained with peripheral blood stem cells supply.
Cuba presented the first studies carried out in 2004 at the Institute of Hematology of the “Enrique Cabrera” hospital in Havana City, which achieved encouraging clinical results and had very few adverse effects in recent years.
A progressive rise in the accumulated experience with stem cells was also observed in Pinar del Rio in 2005, as the first 10 cases were carried out. The rising ease of obtaining this type of cell has made research and applications with these cells advance rapidly with great expectations in terms of clinical application.
A study published by Dia-Diaz, et al. in the Journal of Medical Sciences of Pinar del Rio examined 296 patients with grade IV atherosclerosis obliterans between 2009 and 2019. During the study, autologous stem cells were injected intramuscularly from peripheral blood. Within four weeks, pain relief was observed, as well as an increase in the pain-free claudication distance. Angiography after treatment revealed collateral vessel formation. The limb was saved in 201 patients (68%), while 95 cases (32%) presented amputation criteria. Complications were not reported following the procedure.
The study demonstrated the effectiveness of the implantation of autologous stem cells obtained from peripheral blood, as well as the favorable evolution of patients, clinical improvement of rest pain, walking distance without claudication and ankle-brachial pressure index.
We still need to explore a lot of ground, in terms of these and other conditions. You can learn more about regenerative medicine and stem cells by enrolling in our international certification program at www.issca.us
In recent years, MSCs have been introduced as respectable candidates for regenerative medicine due to their pro-angiogenic, anti-apoptotic, and immunomodulatory attributes. A variety of human tissues can be used as a source of mesenchymal stem/stromal cells (MSCs), ranging from bone marrow (BM) to umbilical cord (UC). These cells are typically multipotent and can differentiate into a variety of cell types. MSCs have been studied extensively for potential applications in cardiomyopathy, neurodegenerative disorders, spinal cord injuries (SCI), kidney injuries, liver injuries, lung injuries, and even cancer. According to current research, MSC-derived extracellular vesicles (EVs) contribute to MSC-exerted therapeutic benefits.
As defined by the International Society for Extracellular Vesicles (ISEV), EVs are lipid bilayer particles secreted by cells that do not replicate. EVs can be categorised into three subclasses based on size and biogenesis procedures: surrounding exosomes (50-150 nm), microvesicles (MVs) (100-1000 nm), and apoptotic bodies (ApoBDs) (500-5000 nm). In order for exosomes to be produced, multiple steps must occur; endosomes must be created from the plasma membrane, intraluminal vesicles must be formed within multivesicular bodies by inward budding, the MVB must merge with the plasma membrane, and finally the internal vesicles must be released.
By transmitting their molecules, such as proteins, messenger RNA (mRNA), and microRNAs (miRNAs), MSC exosomes stimulate phenotypic changes and subsequently modify regenerative programs of target organs. A number of mechanisms are involved in phenotypic alterations, including prevention of apoptosis, cell proliferation, immunomodulatory reactions, attenuation of oxidative stress, and improving oxygen supply to recipient cells. By supporting mitochondrial transfer, MSC-exosomes can suppress inflammatory cytokine production and induce phenotype 2 alveolar macrophages (M2), leading to acute lung injury (ALI) rescue. It has been demonstrated that the transmission of miRNAs from MSC-exosomes to recipient cells is responsible for the restoration of damaged kidneys, hearts, livers, and brains
Various cells continuously form and secrete exosomes, including lymphocytes, platelets, mast cells, intestinal epithelium, dendritic cells, neoplastic cell lines, microglia, neurons, and MSCs. Studies have shown that exosomes play an important role in cell-to-cell communication as well as several physiological and pathological processes. Despite their inherent biological activities, exosomes have recently been introduced as encouraging drug carriers because of their small size, high biocompatibility, and ability to hold different therapeutic ingredients, including proteins, nucleic acids, and small molecules. There have been reports showing the usefulness of MSCs-exosomes for treating a variety of ailments, such as lung, kidney, liver, neurodegenerative, cardiac, and musculoskeletal diseases, as well as skin wounds in vivo.
As well as their remarkable therapeutic effects, MSC-EVs derived from diverse sources also possess a variety of physiological functions that may affect their therapeutic application. In a wide range of human disorders, MSC-exosomes are considered an effective alternative to whole-cell therapy because of their low immunogenicity and improved safety profile. Although MSC-exosome applications still face various challenges, their benefits and capabilities are attracting increasing interest.
To learn more about exosomes and their clinical applications or if you’re interested in boosting your clinical practice with exosomes, go to our website www.cellgenic.com
Osteoarthritis is a rheumatic pathology that damages the articular cartilage. By joining two bones through the joint capsule, the joints are able to move, providing us with functional autonomy. An inner fluid called synovial fluid is usually found within joints, which is produced by the synovial membrane. Articular cartilage covers the ends of the bones that form the joint. As a result of damage to this articular cartilage, pain, stiffness, and functional impairment occur. Osteoarthritis is the most common joint disorder, usually beginning between the ages of 40 and 50, affecting to some degree almost everyone over the age of 80. Typically, osteoarthritis affects the spine, shoulders, fingers, hips, knees, and toe joints.
Stem cell therapies have the potential to treat a broad spectrum of diseases. Whether it’s rhizarthrosis, diabetes, neurodegenerative diseases, spinal cord injuries, or heart disease. By utilizing stem cells, regenerative medicine is capable of repairing tissues in affected areas. The main difference between lipo gem therapy and other treatments for osteoarthritis is that lipogem therapy regenerates cartilage, avoids surgery and its sequelae, and improves the quality of life for patients.
The potential for medical treatments with stem cells and their by-products is currently very high. In the field of sports medicine and traumatology, one of the most outstanding advances has been made for the first time in decades recently: Spanish scientists have achieved a degree of tendon regeneration in 100% of injured patients, resulting in a decrease in pain and a return to sport within two months, and just six months after the trial was completed.
A research performed by the Institute of Regenerative Tissue Therapy (ITRT), published by the prestigious American Journal of Sports Medicine. Demonstrates how this therapy regenerates chronic lesions in the patellar tendon and opens up a new therapeutic option for this tissue, which was considered impossible to regenerate.
In most patients, fat tissue can be harvested minimally invasively (under local or general anesthesia), providing a highly viable MSC population regardless of donor age. Similar to MSCs derived from other tissues, adipose tissue-derived MSCs have regenerative potential. As osteoarthritis is a very common joint disease, and knee osteoarthritis is the most common form, it is necessary to review scientific literature on osteoarthritis treatments with stem cells, like lipogems.
Lipogems therapy is a novel procedure that enhances the body’s natural ability to heal itself through the innovative power of science and biotechnology. The Lipogems method involves injecting mesenchymal stem cells into the joints. Adipose-derived mesenchymal stem cells have enormous regenerative potential. They also have a regenerative capacity independent of their age. Even older individuals can benefit from this procedure.
Injection of mesenchymal stem cells into the knee, particularly in the early stages of osteoarthritis, can stop the process of inflammation and degeneration, especially in the less advanced stages of the disease. In addition to preventing progressive physical deterioration of the articular cartilage, this treatment contributes significantly to a patient’s well-being and prevents the installation of knee prostheses.
Patellar tendinopathy, physiotherapeutic treatment and stem cell therapy
Injuries to the patellar tendon that connects the kneecap to the tibia are known as patellar tendinopathy or patellar tendinitis. The patellar tendon works with the muscles in the front of the thigh to extend the knee so you can kick, run and jump. Athletes who perform frequent jumping in their sports, such as basketball and volleyball, are most likely to suffer from patellar tendonitis. However, people who don’t engage in jumping sports may develop patellar tendonitis. Patients with patellar tendinitis usually begin treatment with physical therapy to stretch and strengthen their knee muscles.
Strength training with eccentric resistance is one of the most common treatments for tendinopathies. Alternatively, it has been demonstrated that bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) can regenerate injured patellar tendons. Within six months of treatment, it has been observed that the structure of this tissue – which is always difficult to treat – is restored, reaching a regeneration of 40% in all injured persons, with a gradual improvement that eventually becomes complete.
It has been found that traditional management methods, including isometric or eccentric exercises, shock wave therapy, and even surgery, are not effective. As part of a rehabilitation program in chronic patellar tendinopathy, autologous expanded bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells (BM-MSC) or leukocyte-poor platelet-rich plasma (Lp-PRP) may be effective in reducing pain and improving activity levels. Traditional management, which includes isometric or eccentric exercises, shock wave therapy, and even surgery, has limited success. A combination of autologous expanded bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells (BM-MSCs) and leukocyte-poor platelet-rich plasma (Lp-PRP) and rehabilitation may reduce pain and improve activity levels in active participants with chronic patellar tendinopathy.
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Stem cell therapy is a form of regenerative medicine designed to repair damaged cells within the body by reducing inflammation and modulating the immune system. This phenomenon makes stem cell therapy a viable treatment option for a variety of medical conditions.
What is stem cell therapy?
The term stem cell therapy refers to any treatment involving the use of viable human stem cells including embryonic stem cells (ESCs), induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) and adult stem cells. By being able to differentiate into the specific cell types necessary for repairing diseased tissues, stem cells are the ideal solution for tissue and organ transplantation.
As stem cell-based therapies are complex, researchers often seek stable, safe, and readily available sources of stem cells that can differentiate into multiple lineages. As such, choosing stem cells with clinical applications in mind is of the utmost importance
The hierarchy of stem cells
In general, stem cells fall into three categories. In addition to self-renewal, all three share a unique ability to differentiate. However, stem cells do not exist in a homogeneous form, but rather in a developmental hierarchy. Among all stem cells, totipotent cells are the most basic and least developed. These cells are capable of developing into a complete embryo while forming the extraembryonic tissue at the same time. During the fertilization of the ovum, this unique property begins and ends when the embryo reaches the stage of four to eight cells.
As the cell divides further, it loses its totipotency property and becomes a pluripotent cell, capable of dividing into each of the three embryonic germ layers (ectoderm, mesoderm, and endoderm). These cells are referred to as “embryonic stem cells” and are isolated from the inner cell mass of the blastocyst after the embryo is destroyed.
The property of pluripotency is lost with successive divisions, resulting in a more limited differentiation capability in which the cells can only differentiate into limited types of cells related to their origins. “Adult stem cells” have this property, which helps maintain homeostasis throughout the organism’s lifespan. It is known that adult stem cells are present in most specialized tissue types of the body in a metabolically quiescent state, including bone marrow and oral and dental tissue.
According to many authors, adult stem cells are the gold standard for stem cell-based therapies. A number of trials involving adult stem cells have shown promising results, especially in the transplantation of hematopoietic stem cells.
Stem cell research for treating disease
In 2006, Shinya Yamanka achieved a scientific breakthrough in stem cell research by generating cells with the same properties as embryonic stem cells. In fully differentiated somatic cells, namely fibroblasts, four transcription factors were transiently over-expressed, including OCT4, SOX2, KLF4, and MYC. As a result of the discovery of these cells, stem cell research has been transformed ever since. Similar to embryonic stem cells, these cells are capable of dividing into any of the germ layers. As a result of the development of iPSC technology, disease identification and treatment have become more innovative. IPSCs are therefore promising as a source of pluripotent derived patient-matched cells that can be used for autologous transplants because they can be generated from the patient’s own cells.
It is believed that stem cells, due to their unique capacity to regenerate, may hold new potential for treating diseases such as diabetes and heart disease. Despite this, there remains much work to be done in the laboratory and clinic to determine how these cells can be used in regenerative or reparative medicine to treat diseases.
Studies of stem cells in the laboratory allow scientists to gain a better understanding of the cells’ essential properties as well as what makes them different from specialized cell types. Researchers are already using stem cells to test new drugs and develop model systems for studying normal development and identifying the causes of birth defects in the laboratory.
The study of stem cells continues to advance our understanding of the development of an organism from a single cell and of how healthy cells replace damaged cells in adult organisms. Research on stem cells is one of the most fascinating areas of contemporary biology, but, as with many fields of science that expand rapidly, it raises as many questions as it answers.
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Global Stem Cells Group Announces the Opening of a Multi-Specialty Regenerative Medicine Center in Cancun
Global Stem Cells Group has just announced the official opening of a new multi-specialty regenerative medicine center in Cancun. The new center is intended to incorporate different treatments based on regenerative medicine as well as to serve as a multi-specialty training center in the field of regenerative medicine and cellular therapies, offering doctors and patients the most advanced treatments in cell therapy worldwide.
The Cellular Hope Institute, as this facility was named, will also strive to pursue several objectives that will benefit patients and medical experts worldwide. It is expected to be a medical hub that will offer the best treatments for patients suffering from multiple conditions such as autoimmune deficiencies, sports injuries, chronic degenerative diseases and pediatric diseases.
Benito Novas says. “Our goal is to solve the problem and alleviate the condition, not just attempt to treat it. We are committed to offering top-notch technology available and quality care, emphasizing that our patients are always our number one priority. Our highly qualified team of experts are always ready to assist you at Cellular Hope Institute.”
The Center utilizes comprehensive stem cell treatment protocols that employ well-targeted combinations of Exosomes, allogeneic human Mesenchymal cells, autologous bone marrow and Adipose derived stem cells to treat the diseases and conditions listed above. The treatment plans are mostly focused on a systemic or whole-body approach to ensure patients receive the highest quality and quantity of cellular products available today.
Cellular Hope Institute will also be a center that will offer specialized regenerative medicine courses for physicians. Primarily, it is expected to be a resource center that will train doctors to incorporate modern regenerative medicine practices into their offices.
Our focus is to incorporate multiple specialties into separate programs within this training hub. Industry experts are expected to join the facility and offer the latest information about various compounds in the stem cell market, such as Mesenchymal stem cells, umbilical cord derived products, exosomes and many other stem cell products. We plan to target physicians who want to incorporate the treatment solutions into their practices, and the separate programs are designed to reach a wide array of practitioners.
In addition, Cellular Hope Institute also expects to have a fully functional manufacturing laboratory that seeks to elaborate the cellular products. The laboratory is already equipped with the latest and innovative technology to ensure it offers the best stem cell products and treatments. The facility will have enough capacity to store and distribute cellular products, including cells and exosomes. We expect it to be the primary supply center for doctors all over Mexico. The inauguration will mark a step closer to pursuing cell therapy, regenerative medicine, and modern tissue engineering options globally.
The opening of this center is an effort by Global stem Cells Group to continue its mission to reduce the suffering of patients and offer a new healing alternative. It is the commitment of scientists and doctors who believe in the potential of regenerative medicine as a standard treatment that should be in every doctor’s office worldwide.
To learn more about the cellular hope institute, visit its website here: https://cellularhopeinstitute.com/
Recently, the Global Stem Cells Group announced plans to teach physicians the value and process behind incorporating regenerative medicine into their own clinical practices. MIAMI, 4–5 November 2022—Global Stem Cells Group, a multidisciplinary community of scientists and physicians that are working together to cure diseases and relieve human pain through the advancement of the field of regenerative medicine, announced today a plan of training in Fort Lauderdale on November 4th and 5th. This training aims to equip physicians with the value and knowledge behind incorporating regenerative medicine into their own clinical practice. Benito Novas, CEO of GSCG, is confident that the event will bring together a group of:
- Doctors are seeking training, products, and equipment in regenerative medicine.
- Doctors who care for patients with conditions that can be treated with cell therapies
- Aesthetic doctors.
- Doctors who want to be up to date with the latest technologies and protocols
- Doctors with an interest in new research on stem cells, MSC, Exosomes, and medical networks want to attract more clients.
The training course is intended to cover:
- Hands-On portion: Doctors, in a controlled environment and guided by a team of medical professionals, will have the opportunity to see procedures being performed a few feet away and then get the opportunity to try them for themselves.
- Review of stem cell biology
- Characterization of cells, cell products, cytokines, and growth factors, as well as their capacity for regeneration.
- Laboratory Processes
- Clinical applications
- Product validation
- Practice Management
- Patient acquisition
The International Society for Stem Cell Application (ISSCA) has done intensive research on this topic and the team will take a lead in educating, training, and certification during the event. As a medical speciality, regenerative standards and certification are very important, which is why ISSCA will provide certificates after the training. By the end of the training course, you will understand everything you need to know to add adult stem cellbased procedures to your existing practice. As before, the united efforts of the seven major medical corporations will provide practitioners with a one-stop hub for stem cell solutions that adhere to the highest medical standards. To find more about the courses and to make reservations for this particular event, head on to their website www.issca.us/autologous-miami-november/ .us email email@example.com or dial +1305 560 5337.
ISSCA is a multidisciplinary community that brings together scientists and physicians, all of whom aspire to treat diseases and relieve human pain through advances in science, technology, and the practice of regenerative medicine. ISSCA serves its members through innovations made to the speciality of regenerative medicine. The ISSCA’s vision is to take a leadership position in promoting excellence and setting standards in the regenerative medicine fields of publication, training, research, education, and certification.
As a medical speciality, regenerative medicine standards and certifications are very important, which is why ISSCA provides certification training globally. This is because they want to encourage more physicians to practice regenerative medicine and make it accessible to benefit patients both nationally and worldwide. Incorporated under the Republic of Korea as a nonprofit entity, the ISSCA’s main goal is to promote excellence and standards in the field of regenerative medicine. As a physician, missing this chance to book a personalized hands-on training session must cost you dearly. Contact + 1 305 560 5337 to book as early as possible.
About Global Stem Cells Group
Global Stem Cells Group is the parent company of six companies that are dedicated to stem cell research, solutions, and technology training. The group was founded in 2012 and combines dedicated researchers, patient educators, and physician trainers with the shared goal of meeting the need for high-end stem cell solutions and treatments.
Given that the group has a singular focus in this field, it is uniquely positioned to become the global leader in cellular medicine. In addition, by bringing together leading professionals in cellular medicine, it can discover issues that the industry faces and focus its research and development in this area. This specialization has, undoubtedly, enabled it to come up with solutions that address some of the significant issues that most stakeholders are facing in the industry.
Global Stem Cells Group is a publicly traded company operating under the symbol MSSV. https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/mssv/
With video lectures and additional tools from some of the most respected names in today’s stem cells field, the course arms practitioners with the necessary knowledge and resources to offer innovative regenerative medicine treatments in their existing practices.
MIAMI, Florida— The International Society for Stem Cell Application (ISSCA) has announced it has launched a new online Post-graduate Program in Regenerative Medicine and Advanced Therapies. The course adds to the group’s already existing robust offering of onsite and online courses designed to give physicians looking to incorporate regenerative medicine protocols into their practices the education and tools necessary to do so.
Regenerative medicine has been increasingly gaining attention in today’s fast-paced medical world. As more researchers and physicians become interested in studying the field and introducing treatment protocols into their practices, it can be difficult to know which products and practices yield the best results for patients seeking these treatments for relief from degenerative diseases, noted Dr. Silvina Pastrana, main professor of the program and medical director of the stem cell center in Buenos Aires. Knowing which products work for which conditions and how to safely administer them to maximize results are key in leading a successful regenerative medicine practice.
With the new online Post-graduate Program in Regenerative Medicine and Advanced Therapies and others offered by the ISSCA, physicians will learn these valuable protocols and more about product offerings and how to choose the most effective ones. The Post-graduate Program will prepare physicians with the necessary theoretical and practical knowledge needed to effectively and safely secure better patient outcomes when using cellular therapies. With this training, physicians will gain knowledge from leading scientists in the field, learn valuable information on safety standards and quality control from top manufacturers, be positioned to perform these procedures and open a Stem Cell Center practice, join the ISSCA’s network, and enjoy the benefits of an exponentially growing industry worldwide.
Physicians looking to enroll in this online Post-graduate Program and other offerings by the ISSCA are in good hands. The group is widely considered as the global standard bearer when it comes to education and research in the regenerative medicine field. For years, the ISSCA has played a critical role in bridging the gap between the science behind stem cells and regenerative medicine and the practical application of that science in a clinical setting.
“We are pleased to add the online online Post-graduate Program in Regenerative Medicine and Advanced Therapies to our growing number of course offerings designed to deliver the skills and education needed to practitioners eager to implement stem cells treatment protocols into their existing practices,” said Benito Novas, ISSCA VP of Public Relations. “The program gives physicians the skills needed to utilize these highly effective treatments to help patients suffering from degenerative diseases while expanding on the ISSCA’s mission to continue to serve as the premier educational resource for physicians across the globe looking to introduce stem cells treatments into their practices.”
To learn more about the ISSCA, visit www.issca.us. To learn more about the group’s new online Cellular Therapy course or to register, visit https://cursocelulasmadre.com/cursos-de-certificacion/posgrado-en-medicina-regenerativa-y-terapias-avanzadas/