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MORE THAN 300 MARROQUIES DOCTORS ATTENDED THE 5TH INTERNATIONAL REGENERATIVE MEDICINE SYMPOSIUM IN MOROCCO
Morocco – The 5th International Regenerative Medicine Symposium, organized and hosted by the International Society for Stem Cell Application (ISSCA), welcomed over 300 Marroquies doctors to the groundbreaking Moroccan event this past weekend.
The symposium, which officially took place on September 30 at the Hotel Sofitel Rabat in Morocco, welcomed attendees from around the world, including doctors from the U.S., Argentina, Morocco, India, Spain, and a plethora of other nations. The attendees came together to discuss the topic, “Outstanding challenge: Delivering the promise of stem cell therapies,” as well as listen to distinguished speakers share their findings and hopes for the future of regenerative medicine.
“As an organization that hosts multiple symposiums around the world every single year, we were absolutely elated to see so many Marroquies doctors in attendance at this constructive event,” said Mr. Benito Novas, Founder and Owner of the Global Stem Cells Group. “We had faculty members from every corner of the globe fly in for this first-ever Middle Eastern symposium hosted by our network of educators and practitioners.”
While the event was ongoing, the Global Stem Cells Group, and international network of regenerative medicinal operations and facilities, opened a new international office in Rabat, Morocca. Dr. Sefiani, a member of the Global Stem Cells Group, will be in-charge of the office. Strategically located for outreach in North Africa, the office will serve to provide regenerative medicine supplies, as well as training in the art of regenerative medicine, to North Africa.
“We are working to expand our foothold in Middle Eastern and African regions, making this office opening an exciting time for the Global Stem Cells Group,” said Mr. Novas. “Regenerative medicine stands to revolutionize all medicine as we know it today, and North Africa is deserving of this development. We thank everyone who attended our international symposium, and look forward to training doctors in staff in the art of stem cell science.”
To complement the office opening, the Global Stem Cells Group subsidiary company, Stem Cell Training, will host a two-day regenerative medicine training in March for all interested attendees. As a hands-on, comprehensive course designed to equip all attendees with the skills and tools to harvest stem cells, interested students are asked to sign up quickly as space is limited. The course is open to international students.
For more information, or to sign-up today, visit: https://www.stemcelltraining.net/.