The idea of harnessing the body’s response to heal and defend is no longer the stuff of science fiction.
Topics from regenerative medicine to artificial intelligence to cannabis will be discussed.
The technology can prevent ongoing tissue damage and degeneration before an issue becomes too large to fix.
As the continent becomes a bigger player, western companies should explore the potential prospects.
With differing cultural attitudes towards tissue donation and transplantation, be prepared for some complex hurdles.
The rise in chronic disease and the effort to reduce healthcare costs presents a large opportunity for the field of regenerative medicine.
Changing the traditional healthcare model and moving from cure to prevention will take time.
While the terms rapid prototyping, additive manufacturing, and 3-D printing are used interchangeably these days, biofabrication is setting itself apart.