Regenerative Medicine is exploding worldwide. There is a healthy debate emerging about who is in the lead. Is it North America (USA, Canada), Europe, South America, Australia or Asia? Could Africa be the place of a monumental discovery discovery much like when Christiaan Barnard did the first heart transplant in Cape Town in 1967?
Countries and continents are taking vastly different approaches to stem cell treatments, genetic engineering and other forms of regenerative medicine. Regulatory issues are especially different by country and changing rapidly. It is also difficult to keep track of all the trials that are popping up everyday.
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