The innovative new center will provide training in regenerative medicine for doctors located in Belgium and France.
MIAMI LAKES, Florida—The International Society for Stem Cell Application (ISSCA), a multi-disciplinary community of scientists and physicians collaborating to treat diseases and lessen human suffering through science, technology, and regenerative medicine, has signed an agreement with Belgium’s Churchill Aesthetic Center. Beginning in July 2019, the center will offer stem cells certification programming for physicians in Belgium and France looking to add regenerative medicine treatment options to their practices.
ISSCA’s Belgian partnership builds on the group’s mission to reach new markets and expand regenerative medicine treatment options to physicians across the globe who want to offer new treatment options to their patients suffering from degenerative diseases and sports injuries. In its most recent clinic openings and partnerships, ISSCA has primarily focused on expanding efforts in the Middle East, US, and Latin America. The group recently set its sights on European expansion, with the partnership in Belgium serving as its second center in Europe, with the other located in Barcelona.
The cutting-edge facility will be equipped by Adimarket, LLC, a subsidiary of the Global Stem Cells Group. Adimarket will outfit the center with equipment and supplies designed to not only teach doctors about the latest protocols in regenerative medicine but also to treat patients suffering from degenerative diseases and sports injuries. Physicians training at the facility will have access to the proven expertise of ISSCA’s global network and training protocols.
“We look forward to ISSCA’s exciting new partnership with Belgium’s Churchill Aesthetic Center and the possibilities it brings in delivering safe and effective regenerative medicine treatment options to more patients across the globe,” said Benito Novas, CEO of the Global Stem Cells Group. “This partnership will help us prepare more physicians to deliver cutting edge treatment options to their patients that help alleviate suffering while also achieving our mission of expanding our global reach.”