Renaissance in Medicine Part 5
Mayo Clinic By – Megan McKenzie
Renaissance means rebirth or regeneration. Every few generations, medicine takes a major turn. We’re at one of those junctures now with regenerative medicine — where healing is triggered from within the human ody. It’s bringing a whole new universe to how physicians provide care.
When the levee breaks
Regenerative medicine is in practice now, meeting patient needs. Every week, long-standing biological questions are answered and new clinical trials commence. We are already standing firmly in a new health realm.
There are still a lot of conditions without treatment options, but there are people working in every corner of the world to remedy that, and Mayo Clinic is pushing ahead, rolling out its regenerative care model, and launching a first-in-class Regenerative Medicine Therapeutic Suite on Mayo’s Florida campus, dedicated to the delivery of regenerative solutions, so as to be ready to translate advancements into practice as they happen.
When speaking of lab-grown organs for transplant, Dr. Wigle puts it this way, “Everyone’s waiting for a eureka moment, but all those eurekas have already happened. Now we’re just waiting for engineering solutions to catapult us forward. We don’t know where the levee is going to break — kidney, lung, heart, but it’s going to happen. Somewhere. Soon.”
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