International experts will get together for the Longeveron Lunch Symposium on Regenerative Medicine Alternatives for Aging Conditions
Tuesday July 25th, 2017
12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m
Room 3016, Moscone West
San Francisco, USA
Stem cell therapy is emerging as the most promising new treatment option for chronic diseases and injuries affecting various organ systems. One of the most exciting ideas emerging from the field of regenerative medicine is the theory that stem cells can treat aging-related disability and frailty, reducing inflammation and improving function capacity and quality of life for human beings. Stem cells have the potential to increase longevity and could ameliorate diseases and disorders associated with aging. Despite its promise and possible life-saving application, there are no FDA approved stem cell treatments in the U.S. In this session, participants will understand how stem cell therapies are being used as to study and treat various aging-related conditions such as Frailty and Alzheimer’s disease.