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About Regenerative Medicine

About Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative medicine is a multidisciplinary field involving biology, medicine and engineering. It combines the physical nature of a product with living cells.

"Tissue Regeneration," "Tissue Engineering" and "Regenerative Medicine" are related terms and are sometimes used interchangeably.

Regenerative medicine is an emerging approach in modern medicine as it delivers living tissue, stimulating the body's own natural healing process by activating the body's inherent ability to repair and regenerate. Innovative therapies are now available that aim to heal or reconstruct diseased tissue and support the regeneration of diseased or injured cells and organs.

Doctors use regenerative medicine to speed up healing and to help injuries that will not heal or repair on their own. Regenerative medicine may help heal broken bones, severe burns and chronic wounds.