Imagine a world where we don’t have to rely on harmful drugs or invasive surgeries for the body to heal itself.
Pretty easy, right?
We’ve all seen those “futuristic” movies where body parts are healed or replaced by stem cells or nanotechnologies.
For several decades, we’ve been told that regenerative medicine is the future of medicine. And while new and better technologies are beginning to advance regenerative medicine treatments faster than ever before, most have focused on “cures” for diseases or replacement organs, it’s the incremental changes that most often have the greatest impacts on our lives.
Contrary to popular belief, more and better technology is not necessary the answer to health care issues. Yes, technology continues to offer more and better tools, but technology by itself is not going to provide better health and care that patients want.
It is through relationships with medical advisors and health managers that patients are able to understand, manage, protect, and better their health.
Regenerative Medicine is about helping the body heal itself. That is, giving the body what it needs to do, or should do, naturally.
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