Cellgenic Set to Open New Stem Cells Center in Belgium through Partnership with Churchill Aesthetic Center
The subsidiary of the Global Stem Cells Group seeks to meet the growing demand for patients seeking stem cells treatments across the globe.
MIAMI LAKES, Florida— Cellgenic, a subsidiary of the Global Stem Cells Group (GSCG), has announced that it has signed an agreement that will bring regenerative medical treatments to more patients across Europe with the opening of a new stem cells treatment center in Belgium.
The agreement, signed between the GSCG and Dr. Samy Joheir, owner of Churchill Aesthetic Center (https://www.churchill-aesthetic-center.be/), expands the GSCG’s mission of expanding access to regenerative medicine globally. The agreement opens the center’s doors to patients seeking stem cells treatment options and to physicians across Europe and the Middle East seeking educational opportunities regarding how to incorporate regenerative medicine into their practices. The center is located at 141 Winston Churchill Avenue, B-1180 in Brussels.
The Brussels center will also serve as the GSCG’s head offices and will help the group better serve patients and doctors across Europe and the Middle East.
To new center will officially open on September 30, 2019. In conjunction with the center’s opening, the GSCG and Dr. Joheir will welcome three patients from the Middle East seeking treatments offered by the center. These patients were previously treated in the US prior to the institution of stricter FDA stem cells regulations. The Belgium center will provide these patients with treatment options closer to home, alleviating emotional, financial, and physical stressors in receiving treatment, similar to the group’s current facilities in Cancun that provide critical stem cells treatment to patients traveling from the US.
With the opening of the center, the GSCG also aims to provide more accessible educational facilities and options for physicians in the region looking to receive training in regenerative medicine. The training is in alignment with the services currently offered at the GSCG’s other facilities, such as those located in Cancun for physicians across the Americas.
Over the past few years, the GSCG has sought to achieve its mission in helping to alleviate human suffering by opening stem cells centers across the globe to meet growing patient demands. All of the group’s centers are all currently located outside of the US due to current FDA regulations restricting regenerative medicine products and protocols.
“The Global Stem Cells Group is pleased to be able to reach more patients seeking relief through regenerative medicine with the opening of our Belgian center,” said Benito Novas, CEO of the Global Stem Cells Group. “This expansion will help alleviate travel and financial barriers some European and Middle Eastern patients face in receiving the care they need, now providing them access to a facility closer to home. We are committed to opening up additional treatment centers for both physicians and patients across the globe who may be limited by their local regulations in accessing critical stem cells therapies. Through our facilities, patients looking for relief from regenerative diseases will receive top-notch care in state-of-the-art facilities.”
To learn more about the Global Stem Cells Group and its latest efforts, visit http://www.stemcellsgroup.com/.
MIAMI LAKES, Florida—The Global Stem Cells Group (GSCG), a multi-disciplinary community of scientists and physicians collaborating to treat diseases and lessen human suffering through science, technology, and regenerative medicine, announced its participation in a new clinical trial in Miami. The trial is sponsored by InGeneron, Inc. and will provide researchers the opportunity to compare two treatment options in patients with partial-thickness rotator cuff tears (PTRCTs). Patient groups will be injected either with a single injection of adipose-derived regenerative cells (ADRCs) or a single corticosteroid injection to examine the efficacy of both treatment protocols.
The study is a prospective, double-blinded, randomized, active-controlled, multi-site, pivotal safety and superior effectiveness study in patients with symptomatic partial-thickness rotator cuff tears. Researchers will compare a single ADRC injection generated with the Transpose® RT system into the supraspinatus tendon and surrounding area to standard-of-care (SOC) corticosteroid injection into the subacromial bursa.
Up to 20 U.S. centers will be initiated to enroll in the study. Two hundred and forty six subjects will be assigned to two randomization arms: an adipose-derived regenerative cell (ADRC) injection arm (ADRC treatment arm) and the SOC corticosteroid injection arm (active control arm). All subjects will be randomly assigned to the ADRC treatment or active control arms in a 2:1 ratio.
The GSCG clinical trial is registered with the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and will adhere to all FDA safety protocols. The GSCG will help recruit patients for the study. The goal of the trial is to demonstrate the safety and efficacy of stem cells treatments in helping to treat patients suffering from degenerative diseases and injuries such as PTRCTs.
“The Global Stem Cells Group is committed to helping people across the globe find relief from debilitating diseases and is pleased to serve as a leader in cutting-edge research in the stem cells field,” said Benito Novas, CEO of the Global Stem Cells Group. “This clinical trial will hopefully help us achieve these goals by demonstrating the safety and efficacy of regenerative medicine treatments to physicians, patients, and regulatory bodies so that more patients are able to have access to these treatment protocols and find relief.”
To learn more about the clinical trial, visit https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03752827. To learn more about the Global Stem Cells Group and its latest efforts, visit http://www.stemcellsgroup.com/.
MIAMI, FL, Sept. 11, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via NEWMEDIAWIRE — Lans Holdings Inc. is pleased to announce that it has successfully secured a 180-day extension to complete the acquisition of 100% of Global Stem Cells Group Inc (GSCG).
On Friday September 6, 2019, trading in the company’s stock was suspended due to a missed communication regarding the pending delinquent annual filings. Company management has had several discussions with the SEC and has determined that an old address is the cause for the missing paperwork. The Company has agreed to enter into a settlement with the SEC, which will result in the deregistering of the Company’s shares. Company management had been working with its auditors, accounting staff and outside consultants for the past few months to bring the Company’s filings current when the Company learned of the revocation. The Company intends to now file a form 10 to reregister its common shares with the SEC and to locate a market maker to sponsor the Company in a 211 filing to reinstate trading of the Company’s shares.
“We regret the concern this put on the market, and especially the delay in communication of these events, as we had to ensure that we had accurately secured all of the necessary agreements to successfully recover from this disruption,” said Dave Christensen, CEO of Lans Holdings. “We have been working diligently on catching up all records and we are looking forward to quickly submitting a Form 10, and then closing the acquisition.”
This press release should be read in conjunction with all other filings on www.sec.gov
For more information on Global Stem Cells Group please visit: www.stemcellsgroup.com