Medicine is at the heart of alleviating human suffering through diseases. However, problems are always evolving in this field calling for a revolutionary approach to the problems to generate lasting solutions.
According to Bloomberg, Dr. Cameron Clokie is concerned with using regenerative medicine to solve problems such as heart diseases afflicting humans. Regenerative medicine utilizes stems cells to achieve efficient healing. Although it is a controversial field, Dr. Clokie believes, if pursued, the area might result in more benefits than disadvantages.
Dr. Clokie suggests that the use of stem cells in regenerative medicine could solve problems arising from the use of artificial organs. He notes that since stems cells originate from the human body then, they will easily integrate into other cells of the body. Read more: Dr. Cameron Clokie Gives His Quick Tips for Tooth Care While Traveling
It is widely known that human bodies sometimes reject artificial organs as they appear foreign to the body. Dr. Clokie further adds that, since stem cells could take any shape required, the possibility of these cells to treat various conditions is limitless.
Dr. Clokie believes that regenerative medicine focusing on joint and bone reconstruction is yet to witness an exponential growth. Pundits put the global economic impact of the field at $18.9 billion, and they expect the area to grow substantially by 2021. In his view, the US would reap significant profits from this field if her restrictive laws touching on regenerative medicine are loosened.
Otherwise, the European market will capitalize on this somewhat controversial area. Dr. Clokie holds the view that this type of regenerative medicine will transform the health care sector.
Dr. Cameron Clokie has performed bone regeneration procedures on some of his patients. An example is Peter Russel who had part of his jaw missing, Dr. Clokie successfully reconstructed the jaw using his revered bone regeneration techniques.
He stresses that unlike traditional surgeries, bone regeneration takes a few hours to perform, and with little side effects showing on patients. It is also a one-time process eliminating multiple sessions of surgery associated with traditional techniques of treating patients like Russel. He admits that his process has some challenges, but it is a great leap in advancing medical procedures.