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Advantages of “Regenerative Induction Medicine”

Regeneration-inducing Medicine is an unprecedented unique medicine that combines the advantages of “regenerative medicine (Cell Therapy)” and “medicinal treatment” as described below.


Advantages of Regeneration-inducing Medicine Regenerative Medicine
Medicinal Treatment
Tissue regeneration Can regenerate large-scale, serious tissue damage (brain damage, myocardial necrosis, bone fracture, skin damage, etc.)
Mechanism of action Because it utilizes the well-known physiological activities of mesenchymal stem cells, its effects and mechanisms of action are easy to predict, and unexpected side effects are less likely to occur.
Indications Can be applied to a wide range of diseases based on the same technology platform utilizing mobilization of in vivo stem cells.
Quality control / Safety Easy quality control because it is a compound. As living cells are not used, there is no risk of cell degeneration or carcinogenesis caused by in vitro culture.
Pharmaceutical Regulations The same regulatory rules as those for conventional compound drugs are applied. In regenerative medicine using living cells (cell therapy), regulatory uncertainty hinders its commercialization.
Cost Compound pharmaceutical products are easy to mass-produce and have low manufacturing costs. Conventional regenerative medicine (cell therapy) requires huge production costs for cell culture and maintenance of CPC.
Non-invasive Treatment is completed only with medication. In conventional regenerative medicine (cell therapy), collection and transplantation of cells is often a heavy burden on patients.
Histocompatibility The patients’ own cells repair the damaged tissue. There is no problem of immune rejection accompanying the allogeneic cell therapy.
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