Dr. Michael Belich is one of the doctors of Regenerative Medicine in Autologous Stem Cell Technology (ASCT) and the principal doctor of Integrative Medical Clinics in Brisbane, Australia. He is also with Anest Nicolaou who is the General Manager of ASCT. In ASCT, they optimize the patient’s health before and after surgery which follows the usual methods of extracting stem cells from the body including bone marrow, adipose tissue and blood(PRP). They can also create pluripotent and multi-potent stem cells that can be directed into different cell lines.
Discover more about the common types of diseases that they treat using stem cells and what protocols they follow to ensure safety among patients who seek for their help.
This interview was recorded at the World Medical Tourism Congress in Washington D.C. where John was a featured speaker in September 2014.
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In This Episode, You’ll Learn
- Why Anest started the company three years ago
- How Dr. Michael Belich started as a General Practitioner and a doctor of Emergency Medicine before he entered the field of Regenerative Medicine
- Their unique method of producing a huge amount of stem cells
- How they find their patients and how patients reach them to seek treatment
- The most common things they treat using stem cells
- How they address the safety issue when it comes to utilizing stem cell treatment to a patient
- About the company’s accreditation
- The new technological advances in regenerative medicine that they working on
- How medical facilitators are interested in flying in patients into their facility
- The potential negative side effects of stem cells
- The importance of safety protocols, number of viable stem cells and the several conditions that can be helped by stem cells as part of the top three things to be asked by a patient when considering to receive stem cell treatments
The Onwards Medical Breakthrough
A step closer to bio-printing transplantable tissues and organs
“Researchers have made a giant leap towards the goal of ‘bio-printing’ transplantable tissues and organs for people affected by major diseases and trauma injuries, a new study reports.”
“Scientists from the Universities of Sydney, Harvard, Stanford and MIT have bio-printed artificial vascular networks mimicking the body’s circulatory system that are necessary for growing large complex tissues.”
You can learn more about this discovery at this link.
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