Regenestem Training’s Two-day Course on Adult Stem Cell Harvesting Receives Accreditation from Major University in Mexico

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Regenestem Training (http://www.regenestemtraining.com), the instruction and educational arm of Regenestem, LLC (http://www.regenestem.com), an international medical practice company focused on regenerative medicine, is pleased to announce that its two-day training program for physicians on adult stem cell harvesting has received accreditation from the University of Guanajuato in Mexico.

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Mexico has always been an important market for us – and the doctors there are on the cutting edge of medicine. Now that we have the backing of the University of Guanajuato, it is a major first step of many things to come for the Mexican market.

With an emphasis on serving markets throughout Latin America as well as the U.S. with the latest treatments and research involving adult stem cells, the educational division of Regenestem (http://www.regenestem.com) has just received an accreditation from a major university in Mexico for one of its popular training programs.

Regenestem Training (http://www.regenestemtraining.com) got the accreditation from the University of Guanajuato, a public university with schools in 14 cities in the Mexican state of Guanajuato. Specifically, the credential was given for the two-day interactive course, “Adipose Derived and Bone Marrow Stem Cell Harvesting and Isolation,” which the company has been offering for five years.

This is the first time in Mexican history that a major public university has granted an accreditation to a U.S.-based company focusing on regenerative medicine.

"We have received accreditations for our training programs from universities in the past, but to be able to get the recognition from an institution of this magnitude is quite an honor,” said Ricardo De Cubas, founder and CEO of Regenestem. “Mexico has always been an important market for us – and the doctors there are on the cutting edge of medicine. Now that we have the backing of the University of Guanajuato, it is a major first step of many things to come for the Mexican market. This two-day course has reached a major milestone."

The two-day program focuses on the harvesting of stem cells from peripheral blood, bone marrow, and adipose tissue. Participants gain hands-on experience for collecting up to 60 ccs. of fat tissue and the safe use of Lidocaine as a numbing medication, with observation and training from board certified cosmetic surgeons.

This interactive training course will be led by Dr. Jose Miguel Zepeda, a surgeon and hemopathic doctor, and a longtime faculty member at the University of Guanajuato.

Physicians that participate in the course will receive a certificate of completion signed by the rector of the university.

About Regenestem and Regenestem Training

Regenestem (http://www.regenestem.com) is an international medical practice company focused on providing comprehensive solutions involving adult stem cell treatments and research. The firm has assembled a talented staff of medical specialists - professionals trained in the latest cutting-edge procedures and protocols in cellular medicine. Regenestem is certified for the medical tourism market - and staff physicians are board-certified or board-eligible, providing services in more than 10 specialties. Regenestem investigates, shares, utilizes and integrates the latest protocols in the adult stem cell arena to deliver the best medical solutions to its patients.

Regenestem Training (http://www.regenestemtraining.com) is a biotechnology training company that specializes in sharing the latest hands-on techniques and technologies with physicians, nurses, and other health care professionals through its instructional courses, workshops, and conferences. The Regenestem brand also includes a membership association of regenerative medicine clinics and an online store.

About the University of Guanajuato

The Universidad de Guanajuato (in English, the University of Guanajuato) is a public university that is based in the Mexican state of Guanajuato, made up of 33,828 students in programs ranging from high school to the doctorate level. More than 17,000 of those are pursuing undergraduate, masters, and doctoral degrees. The university offers 153 academic programs, including 13 doctorates, 39 masters programs, and 65 bachelor's degrees. The university has schools in 14 cities throughout the state of Guanajuato.

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