Regenerative Medicine Market Demand, Scope, Future Expectations, Market overview by 2023

A Comprehensive research study conducted by KD Market Insights on “Regenerative Medicine Market by Product Type (Cell Therapy, Gene Therapy, Tissue Engineering, and Small Molecule & Biologic), Material (Synthetic Material, Biologically Derived Material, Genetically Engineered Material, and Pharmaceutical), and Application (Cardiovascular, Oncology, Dermatology, Musculoskeletal, Wound Healing, Ophthalmology, Neurology, and Others) – Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast,…

New Progress in Stem-Cell-Free Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative medicine and stem cells are often uttered within the same breath, for good reason. In animal models, stem cells have reliably reversed brain damage from Parkinson’s disease, repaired severed spinal cords, or restored damaged tissue from diabetes, stroke, blood cancers, heart disease, or aging-related tissue damage. With the discovery of induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs), in which skin and…

Patient’s treatment changes life

Rachel Moore, left, is pictured with Dr. Jen Heller at Heller Healthcare in Brunswick. Moore received stem cell treatment at Heller Healthcare and has seen impressive results. For years, Rachel Moore’s life revolved around the constant pain in her knees. It was never far from her mind as it dictated most of her daily activities.…

Using stem cells to combat Osteoarthritis

In a recent preliminary study, scientists used stem cells to ease osteoarthritis. Although the trial was small-scale, the results are promising and will pave the way for larger studies. Osteoarthritis of the knee (KOA) occurs when the cartilage — the joint’s natural cushioning system — breaks down in the knee. Without this buffer, bones can…

ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION

ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION TREATMENTFREE CONSULTATION Your Name Your Email Your Phone Number Your Nationality Any Question? How adult stem cell therapy affects Erectile Dysfunction? Stem Cell Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction Stem Cell Therapy has reported 83% of successful cases in treating sexual function and restoration. This method includes correction and restoration of vascular, hormonal and neurological…

Stem cell therapies for heart disease: why do we need bioengineers?

The limited regenerative potential of the heart via cell proliferation or stem cell recruitment is insufficient to compensate for tissue loss after an acute myocardial infarction [1], [2]. Consequently, the increased workload placed on the surviving myocardium often leads to heart failure. Approximately 865,000 Americans per year suffer a myocardial infarction and nearly 4.9 million…