Dr. Downing Interview with Peter MacArthur 11/4/2022

2022-11-14T17:27:52+00:00November 14th, 2022|Cell-based therapy, Regenerative Medicine|

Listen to the whole interview here, or read the transcript below:

Peter MacArthur: 9:36 here on AM 1150 and 101.7 FM WDEL.com. How are you feeling this morning? Do you wake up day after day and deal with back and neck pain and think you’ve exhausted your options? You’ve had surgery, […]

What are the Benefits and Risks of Cell-Based Treatments?

2022-09-26T13:46:47+00:00September 15th, 2022|Cell-based therapy, Regenerative Medicine|

What Are the Risks and Benefits of Cell-Based Treatments?

Many people are discovering the benefits of cell-based therapies, commonly known as stem cell treatments or regenerative medicine, in treating orthopedic conditions such as osteoarthritis, tendon injuries, and chronic low back pain. These treatments have offered patients hope for long-term pain relief and healing. Patients […]

Dr. Downing Radio Interview with Peter MacArthur – WDEL AM 1150

2022-05-09T17:51:23+00:00May 4th, 2022|Regenerative Medicine, Tips & Tricks|

Listen to the whole interview here or read the transcript below:

Peter: Spring’s here, and spring cleaning is underway. Case in point, I was doing some in the yard the other day moving around some 4x4s. For me, it’ll be a 2-or 3-day affair and that’ll be it. But I know there […]

Current Development of Cell-Based Therapies in the United States

2021-10-05T14:56:58+00:00September 29th, 2021|Cell-based therapy, Regenerative Medicine|

Advances in medical research are enabling physicians to find new and innovative ways to use the body’s own systems to fight disease and injury.

This is commonly referred to as cell-based therapy. In the treatment of cancer, immunotherapy involves modifying a patient’s own cells (or cells from a donor) to fight the […]

Benefits of Platelet-Rich Plasma Treatment

2021-08-04T16:25:49+00:00July 19th, 2021|Cell-based therapy, Regenerative Medicine|

For almost 75 years, plasma has been used to help patients facing life-threatening conditions such as immune deficiency disorders and organ transplantation. For that reason, plasma is often referred to as “the gift of life.”[i]

More recently, however, physicians have discovered how they can use a patient’s own plasma—not donated […]

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