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Why Is Regenerative Medicine So Important to the Future of Healthcare?

Regenerative medicine represents a new paradigm in human health, with the potential to resolve unmet medical needs by addressing the underlying causes of disease. Regenerative Medicine will bring new era of medicine. Currently, the vast majority of treatments for chronic and/or life-threatening diseases are palliative. Others delay disease progression and the onset of complications associated with the underlying illness. Very few therapies in use today are capable of curing or significantly changing the course of disease. The result is a healthcare system burdened by costly treatments for an aging, increasingly ailing population, with few solutions for containing rising costs. A more effective, sustainable healthcare system is possible through regenerative medicine.

 

Why Is Regenerative Medicine So Important to the Future of Healthcare?

 
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