Breakthrough in regenerative medicine

In the last MAWG Healthcare talk, we discussed a few potential breakthrough technologies.  Researchers at Ohio State have developed a method for generating cells needed to repair injured tissue. 

Ohio State researchers develop regenerative medicine breakthrough | The Ohio State University

“This is difficult to imagine, but it is achievable, successfully working about 98 percent of the time. With this technology, we can convert skin cells into elements of any organ with just one touch. This process only takes less than a second and is non-invasive, and then you’re off. The chip does not stay with you, and the reprogramming of the cell starts. Our technology keeps the cells in the body under immune surveillance, so immune suppression is not necessary,” said Sen, who also is executive director of Ohio State’s Comprehensive Wound Center.


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