The group will launch its innovative GCell technology and a new online course at the event, while CEO Benito Novas will lead a lecture about marketing in the regenerative medicine field
MIAMI LAKES, Florida—The Global Stem Cells Group (GSCG) is set to sponsor the Second Intercontinental Medical Congress on Anti-Aging and Longevity (https://miami2020.semal.org/) hosted by the Spanish Society of Anti-Aging Medicine (SEMAL) and the Federation of Latin American of Anti-Aging Medicine (FISMAL). The congress will be held on February 6-9, 2020 in Miami, Florida at the Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Miami Brickell.
During the event, the Global Medical Group, a subsidiary of GSCG, will launch its GCell micrograft technology, an autologous tissue suspension that boasts minimal manipulation. The product has application implications for a wide range of medical uses, including orthopedics, dermatology, cosmetic gynecology, aesthetics, and hair loss.
GCell technology will allow physicians utilizing regenerative medicine to continue practicing adult stem cells-based procedures thanks to the product’s adherence to FDA compliance standards since the procedure does not utilize enzymes.
GCell technology is a closed-system medical device that harnesses the natural and powerful restorative capabilities of adipose tissue. The GCell SVF (Stromal Vascular Fraction) procedure can be performed in office in around 30 minutes, while existing procedures can take up to two hours. It also utilizes only local anesthesia, and performing physicians only have to collect 15 ml of fat instead of the 50 ml required for traditional protocols.
During the congress, the GSCG will also be launching its new online stem cells course, which will benefit doctors interested in learning about the newest stem cells protocols and technologies. The course will specifically focus on stem cells protocols based on first tissue derived compounds, such as exosomes, cord blood, and amniotic fluid.
In addition to launching GCell technology and its new course, the GSCG’s CEO and founder Benito Novas will be giving a lecture in the main room. He will be speaking to attendees about the newest challenges facing the regenerative medicine filed and what types of marketing strategies practitioners should implement to run a successful practice integrating regenerative medicine.
“The Global Stem Cells Group is looking forward to attending the Second Intercontinental Medical Congress on Anti-Aging and Longevity to talk with attending physicians and researchers about the technological and educational advances we are making to help move the field of regenerative medicine forward,” said Novas.
To learn more about the Global Stem Cells Group and all of the group’s latest news and innovations, visit http://www.stemcellsgroup.com/.