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The International Society of Regenerative Medicine and Wound Repair Formally Established in the United States

2021-02-02 10:05

The International Society of Regenerative Medicine and Wound Repair Formally Established in the United States

The establishment of the International Society of Regenerative Medicine and Wound Repair on Tuesday afternoon paves the way for an integrated academic and political community that is designated to promote the understanding and application of international regenerative medicine.

The International Society of Regenerative Medicine and Wound Repair was formally established on Tuesday (Feb. 27) afternoon in the State Capitol of the State of California in Sacramento. The establishment will be written into the history of life science, for the first time building an international platform for medical exchange at the highest standard, which will integrate legislation, administration, academics and industry regarding regenerative medicine to maximumly promote the international regenerative medicine. Meanwhile, the society has organized bulletin board conference to introduce regenerative medicine and its development in hope of promoting the understanding of congressmen and government officials, which contributes to new policies related to research, education, publication and clinical transformation of regenerative medicine.

Speech given by Kevin Xu, president of the International Society of Regenerative Medicine and Wound Repair.

Mr. Langdon (second from the right), Speaker of the House of Representatives of California and Mr. Allen (first from the right), the Chair of the Senate Education Committee presented the certificate of congratulation to Kevin Xu (third from the left), president of The Society and Dr. Li Li (third from the right), chair of The Rongxiang Xu Foundation

The conference has seen Mr. Langdon, Speaker of the House of Representatives of California, Mr. Allen, the Chair of the Senate Education Committee, vice chairman and dozens of congressmen from minority parties in the House of Representatives, Kevin Xu, president of the International Society of Regenerative Medicine and Wound Repair, Mr. Thomas, Mr. Torrance, Mr. Milan, current chairman, vice chairman and president of California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (leading organ of world stem cell and regenerative medicine) built by the government 14 years ago using 3 billion dollars, Dr. Chaikof, Professor of Surgery at the Harvard Medical Center and Surgeon-in-Chief at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, expert of regenerative medicine and academician in the Department of Medicine of National Academy of Sciences. Dr. Milan gave a report that shows the research findings of and problems faced by California Institute for Regenerative Medicine in the field of regenerative medicine. Dr. Chaikof, based on his self-condition, discussed about the importance of regenerative medicine for human health; in-depth communication was seen between the two leading experts of regenerative medicine and leaders of lawmakers and governors, and the two sides deepened their knowledge of regenerative medicine and the understanding of the future trend of development.

Photo of participants (Dr. Chaikof on the second from the right, Dr. Milan on the third from the left) with Mr. Allen (fifth from the left), the Chair of the Senate Education Committee presenting certificate of congratulation to Mr. Kevin Xu (fifth from the right)

The great momentum of the development of world regenerative medicine in recent decade has become the new hope of human well-being. However, people around the globe lack the understanding of regenerative medicine plus the insufficient support from the government and society. Under this context, the young entrepreneur and public welfare activist Mr. Kevin Xu who works on cutting edge regenerative medicine, i. e. human body regenerative science (research and clinical application of organ in situ regeneration) initiated the International Society of Regenerative Medicine and Wound Repair in California. According to Mr. Xu, The Society was established to promote the integration of research and application of regenerative medicine and to contribute to the cooperation, coordination, innovation and transfer of other regenerative research institutes. A medical conference or hearing like this will be held in the California State Capitol on the last Tuesday of February each year, which will also honor the birthday of the late founder of regenerative medicine, i. e. Dr. Rongxiang Xu.

Dr. Milan (third from the left), the expert of international regenerative medicine and Dr. Chaikof (fifth from the left) gave a report

During the conference, congressmen and experts showed respect and gratitude towards Dr. Rongxiang Xu and Dr. Li Li, the chairman of Rongxiang Xu Foundation for developing the regenerative medicine to benefit more patients. Mr. Allen, the Chair of the Senate Education Committee suggested naming the last Tuesday of February each year as the Regenerative Medicine Day and set up California Council of Regenerative Medicine in California to promote the understanding of the public towards regenerative medicine and the leading role of the state of California in this field. The International Society of Regenerative Medicine and Wound Repair will spare no efforts in assisting the California Legislature and government in this regard and to jointly push forward the regenerative medicine for human health career.

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