GB Pant hosts doctors’ meet to share latest advancements
The 11th national comprehensive course in cardiovascular surgery, commemorating 50 years of excellence in cardiac surgery organised by GB Pant Institute of Post-Graduate Medical Education and Research was attended by doctors, researchers, scientists, physicians and delegates from various medical institutes and hospitals such as AIIMS, MAMC, RML, Gangaram, Max, etc. The main objective of the course was to share knowledge and <g data-gr-id="13">findings about</g> the latest scientific advancements.
Dr Geeta Shroff, founder and medical director of Nutech Mediworld Hospital said: “Human embryonic stem cells have the potential to develop into more than 200 cell types. The technology can be successfully used to treat many of the incurable diseases and injuries that were not possible before.”
Informing that work on human embryonic stem cell therapy has been published in more than 20 international journals, Dr Shroff said: “With safety and efficacy of HESC being established over the years, it is time to make this therapy available widely as a first line of treatment in order to improve the quality of life of patients suffering from conditions presently labeled incurable or terminal.”