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The Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Night

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University of Suffolk

Waterfront Building

Neptune Quay

Ipswich

IP4 1QJ

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Aims: Do you know what stem cells are? Are you curious to find out why regenerative medicine is considered the “medicine of tomorrow”, and how it can be used to build body parts and tackle degenerative diseases? If your answer is yes, then join our event to meet the scientists working in this field, participate to our debate and help us celebrating the University of Suffolk becoming part of the Regenerative Medicine community.

The focus: as part of our commitment to engage with the community of scientists, NHS workers, local businesses, current and future students and general members of the public with a genuine interest in forefront science, we will provide a unique forum to discover more about the world of stem cells and regenerative medicine. Regenerative medicine is defined as “the medicine of tomorrow” and combines state of the art approaches with the aim of repairing body organs. In particular, it utilises different types of stem cells, which are cells that have a great capacity for regeneration. This is an area of continuous fundamental scientific discoveries, paving the way for generation of future scientists and doctors. However, the use of stem cells is strictly regulated and therefore these pioneering therapies take a lot of time to reach the patients. There are a lot of false myths and misconceptions around this area of medicine and research, and we would like to shine some light, answer your questions and involve you in our debate.

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Neptune Quay

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