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Regenerative medicine includes gene therapies, cell therapies, and tissue-engineered products intended to augment, repair, replace or regenerate organs, tissues, cells, genes, and metabolic processes in the body.

Regenerative medicine aims to alter the current practice of medicine by treating the root causes of disease and disorders.

Gene-Based Medicine

Gene Therapy seeks to modify or introduce genes into a patient’s body with the goal of durably treating, preventing or potentially even curing disease, including several types of cancer, viral diseases, and inherited disorders.

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Genome Editing

Genome Editing is a technique by which DNA is inserted, replaced, removed, or modified at particular locations in the human genome for therapeutic benefit in order to treat cancer, rare inherited disorders, HIV, or other diseases.

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Therapeutic Developers’ Statement of Principles

Cell Therapy

Cell Therapy is the administration of viable, often purified cells into a patient’s body to grow, replace, or repair damaged tissue for the treatment of a disease. A variety of different types of cells can be used in cell therapy.

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Products & Biomaterials

Tissue Engineering seeks to restore, maintain, improve, or replace damaged tissues and organs through the combination of scaffolds, cells, and/or biologically active molecules.

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