What is Regenerative Medicine?

Regenerative Medicine aims for the replacement or regeneration of cells damaged tissues or organs structural and functionally who have lost their optimal biological condition.

Regeneration can then occur at the cellular, tissue, organic, structural and even whole body levels but in some organisms it is limited.

To achieve different technological advances, the discipline is based on the application of stem cells and / or soluble biological molecules having a regenerative effect on our cells are used.

Regenerative Medicine is linked to various fields of science, such as genetics and biomedical engineering, tissue engineering and advanced cell.

Regenerative Medicine aims to recover cell function and vitality of every living being optimizing its operation.

One of the main pioneers of this medical area is Professor Dr. Bruce M. Carlson, author of over ten books on embryology and regeneration back. During his 40-year career he conducted innovative research in the laboratory that included collaborations with scientists from the Soviet Union, the former Czechoslovakia, the Netherlands, Finland and New Zealand. But it was William A. Haseltine who coined the term Regenerative Medicine about 15 years ago. Haseltine founded in 1992 the company Human Genome Sciences the first company in the world that genomic medicine used for the purpose of designing based on non-toxic and non-allergenic human genes that would replace conventional drugs medicines.