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Stem Cell Therapy, Stem Cell Treatment in Mexico

By: regenerative medicine

Source: http://www.regenerativemedicine.mx/index.php


Regenerative Medicine Institute is a multispeciality group of Board Certified physicians and allied health professionals working together to meet the needs of patients and families living with chronic degenerative disease. They work to streamline the referral process, share information with other healthcare personnel, communicate and work with primary care physicians and case managers, research treatments and procedures to find the best options for treating the causes of degenerative disease, and participate in drug trials and research.


Regenerative Medicine Institute advocates the use of autologous adult stem cells (patient’s own stem cells) as they pose no possibility for rejection. Regenerative Medicine Institute investigators work with other world-renown research groups in order to find more efficient ways to deliver stem cells, including tissue engineering.  In order to ensure patient safety, all research procedures are subject to strict oversight. Specific trail protocols are submitted and approved by Hospital Angeles’ bioethics and scientific committees. They must then be approved by the International Cellular Medicine Society, a non-profit third party dedicated to patient safety and international standards. Further, the same protocol must be endorsed by COFEPRIS, the Mexican equivalent of the FDA.

Regenerative Medicine is an Institute where board certified, multi-specialty physicians work together, using endovascular research methods in order to place a patient’s own stem cells (autologous) as close as possible to the target organ or tissue. Utilizing specialized catheters makes this cutting-edge procedure less invasive than traditional treatments and doctors are able to get the stem cells to the most remote areas of the body. Patients are awake for the entire procedure, which usually lasts less than an hour.



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