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GLOBAL REGENERATIVE CONGRESS 6-8 SEPTEMBER 2019

The interest in the application of PRP in dermatology has recently increased. It is being used in several different applications as in tissue regeneration, wound healing, scar revision, skin rejuvenating effects, and alopecia..The knowledge of the biology, mechanism of action, and classification of the PRP should help clinicians better understand this new therapy and to easily sort and interpret the data available in the literature regarding PRP.

Although there are a variety of studies that support the use of PRP, more research is needed to standardize the protocols for obtaining, processing, and applying it as well as understanding the biological and molecular bases of its functioning. We at the Global Regenerative Academy are eager to support this process of standardization of procedures in the interest of patient results and clinical safety reasons.

Why is the knowledge in this video important? And why attend another event of the Academy?

The Key opinion Leaders of the Academy have a sum of more than 200 years of clinical practice and scientific studies. They have reached a moment of their careers when there is nothing ahead of them but only their potential to create new knowledge.

For the people behind them it is so simple as just to learn from them. The Academy is giving this opportunity to its members – a simple buy and watch process where the beneficiaries are everybody.

Why attend an Academy event? Come and speak with the Academy leaders, learn new protocols, practices, inspiration to do better and more.

Upon completion of the whole panel you will be issued a Certificate of Acknowledgement for completing the online education form of the Global Regenerative Academy.

 

 

 

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