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R3 Stem Cell Heroes Program Performs Complimentary Regenerative Therapies on 70 Veterans in 2019

R3 Stem Cell Heroes Program Performs Complimentary Regenerative Therapies on 70 Veterans in 2019

R3 Stem Cell, the nation's leader in regenerative therapies and provider training, announced that its Heroes Program was able to complete 70 complimentary stem cell procedures on military veterans in 2019. The veterans traveled from all over the US to receive the regenerative therapies at no cost.

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LAS VEGAS, Feb. 20, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- R3 Stem Cell, the nation's leader in regenerative therapies and provider training, announced that its Heroes Program was able to complete 70 complimentary stem cell procedures on military veterans in 2019. The veterans traveled from all over the US to receive the regenerative therapies at no cost.

At the R3 Stem Cell Training Course for doctors, providers of all kinds learn how to perform regenerative procedures in a supervised setting. This includes stem cell and exosome procedures on military veterans of all ages and from all branches of service. Any veteran can be nominated (or nominate themselves), and the pain being experienced does not have to be a result of a service related injury.

According to R3 Stem Cell CEO David Greene, MD, MBA, "When we hear the stories of these Veterans and what they have done for America, it's so exciting to be able to do something to help improve their quality of life. Especially Veterans of the Vietnam War, all they wanted to do was protect our country. To see how well they do afterwards and then refer in their Veteran friends for procedures, it's amazing!"

The chosen Veterans receive an evaluation by the Board Certified doctors who are trainers, and then procedures include whatever amount of regenerative biologic deemed appropriate. The Veteran patients are followed up the R3 staff, and invited back for additional therapies when necessary.

To date over 70 Veterans have successfully receive regenerative therapies in the program. Over a dozen patients are treated at each workshop, with more opportunities upcoming. Added Dr. Greene, "Our stem cell courses are extremely hands on an providers love it. They have been increasing in popularity continuously, which allows us to treat more Veterans!"

For those who would like to nominate a Veteran for the Heroes Program to receive free stem cell therapy, simply visit https://r3stemcell.com/hero or call (844) GET-STEM.

 

SOURCE R3 Stem Cell



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