Dr. Jack Coleman of the Lung Institute presented his findings on Responsible Stem Cell Research at the Third International Congress in November 2016 in Padua, Italy. The event highlighted on the importance of stem cells in the present day, and their future. Dr. Coleman talked about how the conventional procedure of introducing innovative medicine limits new technologies like Stem Cell Therapy.
In his speech, Dr. Coleman examined the current research funding and functioning of Stem Cell, including the procedure from which a treatment goes from the laboratory to scientific trials and the final cure. He talked about regulation of these processes and the time and cost effects of availing new therapies to patients. Dr. Coleman argues, the current way of operating is outdated and hinders growth. He also reviewed foreign countries’ solutions and the significant implication for patient care.
The Pontifical Academy sponsors the Third International Congress on Responsible Stem Cell Research for the Catholic Church. The theme was “From Cells to Cell Products, the progress of New Therapeutic Tools.” Other invited speakers discussed functions of stem cells in the body, implications and the different stakeholders involved, including patients, researchers, doctors, and the Catholic Church. Invited guest speaker, Nobel Prize winner Yamanaka Shinya participated through video conferencing.
Stem cell technologies continue to reshape the face of medicine and its regular practice in the U.S. today. Biotechnology companies and the government mainly fund the research program under the regulatory agencies and government control. The expenses passed to the end consumer may not be distributed equitably. Therefore, patients sometimes find alternative means of treatment from less controlled sources making the scientists and caregivers become self-appointed moral and ethical guardians of the intellectual materials and concerns.
In the end, Dr. Coleman noted that doctors must give the safest treatment to patients to prolong the quality of life. Read the testimonials here: https://lunginstitute.com/testimonials/
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The Lung Institute is a renowned lung disease regenerative cellular treatment in the United States. According to Supplement Police, the institute has treated nearly 3,000 patients to date. The Lung Institute opened in Tampa, Fla in 2013. The Lung Institute operates clinics in Tampa, Nashville, Scottsdale, Pittsburgh, and Dallas, Texas. For more info, visit the Lung Institute’s Twitter page.
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