The future of medicine will be in San Antonio this week. It's a future where spinal cord injuries are healed and the paralyzed can walk again - a future where body parts and organs are regrown for transplant - a future where diabetes and Parkinson's is a thing of the past and a future where people can live with extended youth.
The World Stem Cell Summit comes to the city with a who's who of the world of breakthrough medicine.
But stem cell treatment does remain controversial to some due to it's use of human early stage embryos however, the promise of the end of suffering for many is impossible to ignore.
University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio to Teach “Stem Cells 101″ at Free Education Day with World Stem Cell Summit
The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio has partnered with the World Stem Cell Summit (WSCS14) to offer a free Public Education Day on December 2, one day before the 10th annual World Stem Cell Summit #WSCS14, December 3-5.
The Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine Public Education Day, which is free and open to the public, will be Tuesday, December 2, at the Holly Auditorium on The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio campus, 7703 Floyd Curl Drive, San Antonio, Texas 78229.
Leading scientists, doctors and patient advocates will present workshops geared toward the general public at The Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine Public Education Day, presented by The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio and the World Stem Cell Summit. Attendees will learn about the latest scientific breakthroughs, experience hands-on lab activities, discover how stem cell discoveries translate into medicine, and get the tools they need to protect their family from the risks of unproven, unsafe stem cell treatments. Experts will discuss new applications for stem cells in diabetes, cancer, wound care, neurological and muscle disorders, and other conditions.
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