Medical Tourism For Stem Cell Treatments

Turn Page on Next Chapter in Regenerative Medicine at World Medical Tourism & Global Healthcare Congress Panel discussion and workshop examines “Innovations in Stem Cell Treatments and Regenerative Medicine,” Sunday, Sept. 20, in Washington, D.C. Palm Beach Gardens, FL -  August 15 — Getting out of a car, taking a deep breath or smiling back into a mirror might often be taken for granted, but not by patients who have had these daily trivialities restored due to advances in regenerative medicine, an emerging field in stem cell treatments and the topic of a panel discussion and workshop at the 7th World Medical Tourism & Global Healthcare Congress, Sept. 20-24, 2014, in Washington, D.C., the Medical Tourism Association® announced today. New international developments are happening so quickly in regenerative medicine, making collaboration imperative among clinicians and researchers like panelists Dr. Elliot Lander, M.D. FACS, and Dr. Mark Berman, co-medical directors of Cell Surgical Network; Cristy Kessler, Ed.D., NBCT; and John Arnone, chairman and CEO of American CryoStem Corporation. Body mass has the ability to regenerate, unlike other tissue after an injury. Considering that muscle makes up more than 40 percent of a human being, scientist now propose that injecting patients with their own stem cells can heal their injuries and reduce scarring in areas where tissue has been torn away and deprived of blood. â??At the end of the day, the ability to use various tissues to treat human disease is within the realm of a surgeon who wants to bring safe and effective therapies to patients,â? said Dr. Lander, referring to â??Innovations in Stem Cell Treatment and Regenerative Medicine,â? Sunday, Sept. 20, 2014, 3 p.m., in the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center, outside Washington, D.C. â??The future has so much potential as we learn to define which cell types, deployment methods, and combination of growth factors work best for specific diseases enabling us to distinguish optimal treatments.â? The World Medical Tourism & Global Healthcare Congress attracts some 3,000 key stakeholders â?? hospital administrators, doctors and clinicians, employers, government policy makers, insurance executives, facilitators, and hospitality and tourism interests â?? from across the globe to share their experiences and identify and solve issues that bear significantly on the industry. For a preliminary list of speakers, go to: The Congress agenda features the 5th Ministerial Summit, Global, the 3rd Medical Directors Summit, the 2nd Global Womenâ??s Leadership Summit, regional and industry forums, and educational workshops included among more than 1,000 networking meetings for up to 200 qualified buyers of healthcare. Participants, sponsors and invited speakers can keep abreast of Congress updates at or make an impact today on the Congress networking platform at About the Medical Tourism Association ® The Medical Tourism Association ® is the first membership-based international nonprofit trade organization for the medical tourism and healthcare industry made up of top international hospitals, healthcare providers, medical travel facilitators, insurance companies, and other affiliates committed to promoting the highest level of quality healthcare to patients in a global environment. Contact Information Medical Tourism Association Joseph Harkins 1.561.791.2000, ext. 803

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