The Diversity of Regenerative Medicine
Regenerative medicine is a novel therapy in which cells and tissues are used to repair and regenerate tissues and organs that have been functionally compromised, such as by disease or injury.
The Potential of Regenerative Medicine
- Treatment options can be expanded by new medical techniques targeting medical needs that have gone unaddressed in the absence of effective treatments and medications.
- As a new treatment method following conventional medical transplants, regenerative medicine may be able to solve problems such as donor shortages.
- Regenerative medical technology not only offers new treatment options but also has the potential to provide a revolutionary platform for developing next-generation pharmaceuticals.
A variety of treatment methods are available for “regenerative medicine.”
Current Major “Regenerative medicine” Methods
- Administration of cells into the blood, or in vivo injection or spraying of cellular suspensions
- Grafting of structures created from artificial materials to reinforce damaged areas
- Prosthetics/dentures, blood transfusions, bone marrow transplants for treatment of leukemia, and tissue or organ transplants
From Novel “Regenerative Medicine” to Everyday Treatment
Cyfuse is working on novel “regenerative medicine” aimed at restoring innate functions through patient transplants of “3D cellular products,” which are steric tissues and organs generated solely from cells, without the use of artificial materials, by an approach that is distinct from conventional therapeutic methods.