Mr Benito Novas
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THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF STEM CELL APPLICATION TO SPONSOR 16TH INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF ANTI-AGING IN MADRID
Madrid, Spain – The International Society of Stem Cell Application (ISSCA), a promoter of excellence and hands-on education in the field of regenerative medicine today, this week announced they will be sponsoring the 16th International Congress of Anti-Aging in Madrid, Spain from October 5th to the 7th.
To take place at Hotel NH Madrid Ventas at Calle Biarritz, 2, 28028, the Congress will focus specifically on anti-aging and how regenerative medicine stands to revolutionize the industry. This will be the largest anti-aging Congress to take place in Europe this year, with over 100 speakers confirmed from all over the world, plus 800 attendees expected at the event.
“We work year-round to sponsor and host international events that encourage doctors and educators of regenerative medicine to come together and learn about what we’ve developed in our industry,” said Mr. Benito Novas, Founder and Owner of the Global Stem Cells Group “We expect this to be the biggest Congress in Europe for 2017, and can’t wait to network with the bright minds in attendance.”
The ISSCA will be presenting new regenerative medicine training that focuses on providing doctors with skills in pain management using stem cells today. They will also present training with an emphasis on Gynecology Cosmetology, to be held in Madrid February 24th and 25th of 2018. The training will allow doctors to incorporate more than 12 new protocols into their practice to treat regenerative diseases and improve aesthetic conditions.
“We are part of the vanguard of regenerative medicine, and we work to ensure through our Stem Cell Training program that we share the newest and most effective practices with the medical community today,” said Mr. Novas. “Our team oversees hands-on, immersive training and education that will equip all students with the skills and tools they need to bring regenerative medicine to their facilities today. Spread the word, and consider signing up with us for a course this February.”
The ISSCA two-day course is available to doctors from anywhere in the world. Space is limited, so interested students are encouraged to sign up quickly before the class fills up. A fully trained team of ISSCA doctors will oversee the course and provide support to all students part of the training.
For more information, or to sign up for the two-day course in Madrid this February, visit: https://cursocelulasmadre.com/.