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What Is Regenerative Medicine?

What is Regenerative Medicine?

Regenerative medicine is a form of tissue engineering and molecular biology which deals with the “process of replacing, engineering or regenerating human cells, tissues or organs to restore or establish normal function.” When injured or invaded by disease, our bodies have the innate response to heal and defend.


Harnessing and enhancing the body’s own regenerative powers is a medical practice at the frontier of present-day advancements whose properties may seem miraculous to those who benefit from them. The miracle, however, is the result of scientific exploration that has begun to unlock and utilize the body’s extraordinary ability to heal and restore itself.


What is the goal of regenerative medicine?

The goal of regenerative medicine is to facilitate the repair or regrowth of damaged tissue or organs. Humans can naturally regenerate some tissues in the body, such as the liver, if damaged due to disease or injury. However, many other human tissues have little or no capacity for regeneration following an injury. 


Regenerative medicine can help restore or establish the normal form and function of these tissues or organs. This type of medicine encompasses the use of cells, tissues, drugs, synthetic biomaterials and devices that may help patients heal more effectively. 


What can regenerative medicine be used for?

Regenerative medicine has been used to treat a wide variety of conditions. It has the potential to heal or replace tissues and organs damaged by age, disease or trauma. 


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