ADVANCES IN CELL-BASED CANCER IMMUNOTHERAPHY
Regenerative Medicine has gained immense attention and embraced profoundly by the scientific community in the last few decades. By definition, Regenerative Medicine is the field that involves the construction of biological substances, mimicking human tissue, for diagnostic and research purposes and can be used to replace or regenerate diseased or injured human tissue or organ. Over the period, a vast number of products have been created and turned into actual therapy.
Skin and cartilage repair were of the earliest successes in the field, eventually leading towards the regeneration of more complex tissues, like liver or heart. The best part of Regenerative Medicine is, rather than symptomatic treatment, that takes place in Conventional Medicine, which relies on the regeneration of the damaged tissue. As such, the healthcare sector is gradually moving toward Regenerative Medicine, promising it to be the future and ultimate cure for complex and degenerative diseases.