It has been for a long time suspected that stem cell research will be the solution to most of the diseases affecting humanity today. However, progress in the research has not been as great as many people hoped and the milestones that the medical community imagined would be met by now haven’t been met. It is for this reason that companies like the lung institute has been trying to change the approach to the research. This week, a doctor from the institute will be presenting their current findings to a conference that will take place in Italy.
The Third International Congress on responsible stem cell research will be held in Europe. The event is sponsored by the pontifical academy of the Roman Catholic Church. The theme of the conference is changing the approach from stem cells to stem cell products. The main objective is to develop new therapeutic tools that will reshape how medicine is done in the country.
Dr. Coleman stated on lifestylesafter50.com that currently, the research into stem cells is funded either by the government and biotechnology companies. This means that the cost of the research is ultimately passed on to the end consumers. Dr. Coleman argues that measures need to be put in place to make sure that this transfer of cost does not happen. The problem with the situation as it is is that eventually, consumers they and access the stem cell related products in places where the cost is less and that insurance companies bear the cost of the entire process.
About the lung institute
The Lung Institute deals with diseases that affect the respiratory tract by creation and application of regenerative cellular therapies. The organization has been leading extensive research into stem cells and they believe that with time, they will fine tune their treatments to cater for the needs of their patients. The study that was conducted on the patients that have received the therapy provided by the institute shows that more than 80 percent of them saw a marked improvement in their quality of life. The organization hopes that with a change of approach, stem cell research will achieve even more. Read more about stem cell research on hawaiinewsnow.com.
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