Regenerative Medicine:

Regenerative medicine is defined as a multi-disciplinary field of scientific research, and innovative medical therapies that enables the body to repair or regenerate damaged or diseased cells, tissues and organs in order to restore impaired functions.

This innovated broad field uses a combination of biological principles, technological approaches and clinical therapies that moves it beyond traditional transplantation and replacement therapies. It involves a variety of innovated approaches especially in the areas of stem cells, gene therapy, tissue engineering, and the reprogramming of cell and tissue types.  These approaches often stimulate and support the body's own self-healing power to regenerate itself.

Another significant aspect of this field is its potential to solve the problem of organ shortages compared with the number of patients that require organ transplantation worldwide
according to an Alliance for Regenerative Medicine

Finally, the main goal of this emerging field is to pave a path for even more effective therapies and cures for diseases. To create this path successfully, a deep understanding of the mechanism by which the body regenerate and renews itself through the life at the molecular level is required.


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