The special medical lane commonly known as “Fast Lane” at the San Ysidro border crossing has been relocated and is now more accesible and easier to take. The new Fast Lane access is through the Paseo de los Héroes Avenue in Tijuana, currently the main avenue in Tijuana and the most important artery of Zona Rio,
What is Regenerative Medicine
Regenerative Medicine has emerged as a new concept of therapeutic strategies with the promise of engineering damaged tissues and organs by stimulating the body’s own repair mechanisms to functionally heal previously irreparable tissues or organs.¹ In some countries, Regenerative Medicine is a recognized medical specialty (with similar training and standards to other medical specialties),
Immersing in the field of regenerative medicine and stem cell therapy to consider it as an alternative to improve your health can be overwhelming, confusing and sometimes discouraging. The amount of available and contradictory information makes the process of choosing to take stem cell therapy an extremely complicated one.
What is Movember?
Movember is an annual event focused solely on men’s health. It is usually observed by men growing moustaches during the month of November to raise awareness of men’s health issues. Awareness and fundraising activities are run year-round, with the annual Movember campaign being globally recognized for its fun, disruptive approach to fundraising and getting men to take action for their health.
One of the most common questions we get in the field of stem cell therapy and regenerative Medicine is: what is the difference between stem cell therapy in the United States and Stem Cell Therapy in Mexico?
A very fair question and a tricky one, that can be addressed by three main aspects:
ProgenCell – Stem Cell Therapies reiterates its commitment with the safety of all of our patients. In adherence to this, our medical staff is constantly monitoring the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) status to stay up-to-date on the current state of this issue. The Centers of Diseases Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) the most trusted sources of information on the virus outbreak and none have issued any kind of travel restrictions to Mexico.
After years of planning, design and construction, the new ProgenCell Stem Cell Treatment Center will officially open its doors to patients in the Summer of 2020. Current and future patients can get a sneak peek inside, in the following Quick Video Tour, hosted by our CEO: Elías Bemarás.
“We are thrilled that our vision of expanding stem cell treatment center has come to fruition,” said Elias Bemarás.
ProgenCell – Stem Cell Therapies is helding an informational seminar for the general public to foster greater interest in Stem Cell Treatment and Regenerative Medicine. With the goal to familiarize the participants with the nearshore availability of Stem Cell Therapies and provide insightful information on the current scientific, legal and ethical state of Stem Cell Treatment in Mexico and Medical Tourism.
Meet Godfrey Ingram, former professional soccer Player who underwent stem cell treatment to treat his knees.
During his 15 years professional soccer career in England, Wales and the United States Godfrey Ingram made over 440 career league appearances, and scored over 270 league goals.
Misconceptions arise about any emerging medical treatment, but they seem particularly pronounced when it comes to Stem Cell Therapy. Perhaps that’s because the ethical debate that has surrounded stem cell therapy has forced several prejudices in to it.There are many myths about this subject and much erroneous speculation. So we asked Dr. Luis Romero and other members of ProgenCell Scientific Committee to identify the common myths about Stem Cell Therapy today to help people wishing to know more about it separate fact from fiction.