Mexican scientists see stem cells from teeth as future of regenerative medicine
Mexico has become a groundbreaker in regenerative medical science. And one institution is touting innovative ways to reduce the prohibitive costs of the therapy. CGTN’s Alasdair Baverstock reports.
Stem cells are the body’s building blocks; primitive cells capable of developing and multiplying into different biological tissues… the cornerstone of regenerative medical science.
Still a relatively new form of treatment, it is both economically inaccessible for many, and controversial for others.