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Research Behind Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative medicine began to gain notice in popular medical research in the late 1990s when a medical paper suggested they could be sourced from human umbilical cords. Medical professionals have seen regenerative medicine change the world of medicine. 

While there is still some ethical debate around regenerative medicine research, continued advancements in technology have demonstrated the powerful influence of these regenerative medicine in healthcare practice. Regenerative medicine research doesn’t have much public attention, and it can be hard to differentiate myth from fact.

Regenerative medicine cells are harvested with parental permission from umbilical cords after a full-term, healthy birth. The regenerative medicine found cells in the umbilical cord are similar to those found in bone marrow, and they are used to regenerate many types of specialized cells. Harvesting these cells does not harm the baby or the mother in any way and would have otherwise been biological waste. Click here to review our regenerative medicine Frequently Asked Questions to learn more. 

Continue Your Regenerative Medicine Research

Many leading research centers and health organizations have conducted research on regenerative medicine. Don’t be afraid to do your own research on regenerative medicine to ensure it’s right for you! 



Are you considering regenerative medicine?

You don’t have to live your life with chronic pain. Lone Star Progressive Medicine has helped countless patients reclaim their freedom to live a pain-free life, and we can help you too! It’s normal to have questions about regenerative medicine, and we want to make sure you’re as comfortable as possible before committing to a new treatment. Regenerative medicine is risk-free and has no adverse side effects, but it isn’t right for every patient. To explore if regenerative medicine is right for you, contact us below.


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