The International Perinatal Stem Cell Society is a non-profit organization founded on the principle that stem cells from perinatal tissues contain enormous, untapped potential to treat many diseases and disorders worldwide.
For many years, the Perinatal Stem Cell Society has been hosting an annual conference featuring the world’s leading perinatal stem cell researchers, specializing in Amnion, Amniotic Fluid, Cord Blood for Regenerative Medicine, Cord Tissue, and the Placenta. Its scientific programs cover all aspects of the perinatal stem cell field, with opportunities to learn from leading clinicians utilizing cellular therapies within their practices.
Below, Kyle Cetrulo, President of the International Perinatal Stem Cell Society, explains the future of perinatal stem cell science and the role that the Society’s 2020 Scientific Conferences will play in advancing this mission. [Read more…]