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    Though great progress has been made in medicine, current evidence-based and palliative treatments are increasingly unable to keep pace with patients' needs, especially given our aging population. There are few effective ways to treat the root causes of many diseases, injuries and congenital conditions. In many cases, clinicians can only manage patients' symptoms using medications or devices. Regenerative medicine is a game-changing area of medicine with the potential to fully heal damaged tissues

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    How far are we willing to go to save a life? Regenerative medicine is a newer innovation that is highly controversial. This controversy is typically brought on by religious groups with the concern of whether or not the practice is moral. The use of regenerative medicine has the potential to treat previously incurable diseases and disorders. Despite the moral complications, regenerative medicine should become regular practice as it has the potential to treat diseases at the source and improve the

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    For my regenerative medicine report I chose 3D organ printing, also called 3D Bioprinting. More specifically, I focused on the 3D printing for Kidneys. 3D printing of organs works by using stem cells to create tissue that can be used to fix a part of an organ, or many tissues that can create a whole organ. (ed.ted.com) The printers, in collaboration with computer-assisted design, would print out ultra thin layers of tissue to be layered on top of one another to form organs. (asme.org) There

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    Regenerative medicine such as tissue replacement and wound healing has been used quite extensively for skin treatments over the years. Understanding the pathology of skin injury will bring effective treatments and wound healing outcomes. Several strategies like traditional skin grafts, certain biomaterials, and stem cell therapies are vital for current tissue injuries and the future of tissue regeneration. Introduction and Pathology The skin is said to be the largest organ in a human body. It is

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    Introduction to Regenerative Medicine Regenerative Medicine is a relative modern and multidisciplinary field of study, encompassing molecular biology, genetics, immunology and biochemistry.[1] It aims to recover the normal function of dysfunctional tissue and organs through repairing, replacing or regenerating human cells, tissue or organs. [2,3] Generally, there are three interrelated aspects to the regenerative medicine scope, i.e. rejuvenation, replacement and regeneration, respectively.[4] It

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    develop. Regenerative medicine is an emerging field that had known incredible advances over the last 20 years. It’s a broad interdisciplinary field aiming at repairing, regenerating or replacing damaged, malfunctioning or missing cells and tissues leading to restore normal function in patients. The remarkable progresses made in stem cell therapy, gene therapy and bioengineering, and the intersection of these domains are the basis of this developing (promising, emerging, evolving, blooming) medicine

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    » Health Regenerative Medicine: Broader Frontiers For Research By Claudio Consulenza Feb 12, 2012 The whole idea of Regenerative Medicine is based on regenerating damaged or defected tissues or organs. This is made by stimulating organs to heal themselves. Regenerative medicine offers the potential to be regenerative rather than merely palliative or symptomatic treatment. This allows therapeutic outcomes that were previously impossible to be achieved. In addition, regenerative medicine offers the

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    Annotated Bibliography Boone, T. (2017). Exercise Medicine Is Regenerative Medicine. Journal Of Professional Exercise Physiology, 1-5. “Today, it is common knowledge that exercise is the equivalent of a drug that prevents and treats cardiovascular disease (1).” Therefore, it is essential that individuals strive to exercise for at least 30 minutes a day, 3-5 times a week. In today’s society, the end goal of exercise is often physical attractiveness rather than bodily health. The media is oversaturated

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    Consequences     ARMA poses many advantages on the topic of regenerative medicine but like all technology it comes with its own positive and negative consequences. Although nanobots and stem cells make an amazing pair they can present harmful effects, but the benefits definitely outweigh the negative consequences. This technology can cause some harm and damage when it enters the body.     When these nanobots immigrate into the complex structures, that is the human body, they are introduced to the

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    Stem Cell Video Analysis

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    Should we redesign humans? That is the title of a group of twelve Ted talk videos talking about everything that has to do with regenerating a part of the human body. I chose to watch three videos which focused on joint-replacement, personalized medicine using stem cells and re-growing new bone and cartilage. Each of the videos speakers made a very compelling sell for their specific cause. If someone in your family had severe arthritis would you want them to be relieved of their pain at all costs

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