STEM CELL CENTER NETWORK TO OPEN NEW STEM CELL CENTER FACILITY IN COSTA RICA
San Jose, Costa Rica – Stem Cell Center Network, an international network of practitioners dedicated to promoting regenerative medicine research and patient treatment using stem cells today, this week announced in part of their effort to expand their foothold in medical communities around the world, they are opening a new facility in San Jose, Costa Rica.
Having rapidly expanded and aggressively launched new fellowships, programs, events, and more during the last 5-years, the Stem Cell Center Network has members practicing in 25 countries worldwide today.
The new Costa Rican center will be located in the prestigious Hospital CIMA with medical director Dr. Leslie Mesen presiding over the facility.
Dr. Mesen studied medicine at the Universidad Iberoamericana (UNIBE) in San Jose, Costa Rica. He went onto receive his certification in anti-aging and regenerative medicine through the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. He also has extensive experience as a Chief Medical Officer by the three most recognized anti-aging institutes in the world today: Costagenics Age Management, Anti-Aging Institute of the Americas, and the Anti-Aging and Wellness Clinic.
“This new center will treat patients with different regenerative medical illnesses, but will place a special emphasis on Osteoarthritis,” said Dr. Mesen. “Our new facility will be a location where all Central American doctors can come to learn about regenerative protocols and the advancements being made in our industry today. I am incredibly excited to be working under the Stem Cell Network title, and look forward to many years as a program leader here in Costa Rica.”
Stem Cell Center Network has scheduled the next Regenerative Medicine Certification Training to take place on December 8th and 9th at the new Costa Rican facility. With only 10 spots available, applicants are encouraged to sign up soon for the hands-on training course.
To sign up today, visit: https://cursocelulasmadre.com