Posted in the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign Forum
It's called "Burns Regenerative Medicine and Therapy" by Dr. Rongxiang Xu.
The Doctor seems to have a pretty interesting history. He's sued the Nobel Assembly and created an ointment capable of regenerating tissue and skin. His findings are different than a lot of the other books I've read on the subject, curious to hear other people's thoughts.
Anyone using this in their cirriculum?
Interesting post, Roger. I tried to look him up and all I found was a story on Newsvine and a company named MEBO International. I'll give it to you on the interesting history, he actually a foothold in America at one point.
I'd still like to read a little bit more about. In situ treatments are a relatively gray area. Hopefully he can make some more headway in that.
Still, I can't help wondering if any other researchers are experimenting with this, as it's a step in the best direction. Probably ahead of both IPSC's and Embryonic.
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