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Dr. David Greene With R3 Stem Cell Interviewed for Acclaimed Documentary

Dr. David Greene, Founder and CEO of R3 Stem Cell, was interviewed for a recent acclaimed documentary. The documentary, Stem Cell Therapy: Biotechnology to the Rescue, was produced by Award Winning filmmaker Dr. Elliott Haimoff.

In the documentary, which is an hour long, Dr. Greene was interviewed in regards to the safety of the procedures along with the potential for helping patients avoid potentially risky surgeries. The documentary touches on the history of stem cells, along with the current potential for the clinical use of stem cells.

R3 Stem Cell currently has 38 centers of excellence nationwide that have collectively performed over 11,000 regenerative cell procedures with stem cells, growth factors, exosomes, cytokines and secretomes. The outcomes to date have been exceptional for several conditions, and recently the company became the first nationwide to achieve IRB approval for seven different condition categories using umbilical and amniotic tissue.

According to Dr. Greene, the documentary does a very nice job of showing how academic researchers often lag behind innovative technologies in clinical practice. In all the R3 Centers where procedures are done, no patients have had a significant adverse event. They have been very safe, and many lives have been changed with the regenerative cell procedures.

In addition, the documentary discusses the "raging battle" between academics and medical practitioners. Medical doctors are using the technology successfully, and several providers in the documentary explained that there are clinical trial results available. They just aren't large studies.

In the documentary, Elliott spoke with many leading researchers, practicing, doctors, patients and those with significant industry experience such as Dr. Greene. Over ten people interviewed in the documentary discussed just how many improvements they have personally seen in patients. This included Dr. Mary Gendy of the Los Angeles Dodgers, who said she thought it would be a "disservice not to offer it to her patients."

Currently, a 12 minute abridged version of the hour long documentary can be viewed on the R3 Stem Cell website. This is where Dr. Greene's interview footage appears. R3's Centers have been at the forefront of offering umbilical cord stem cell therapy along with other regenerative procedures that have been safe, nonsurgical and entail absolutely minimal downtime.

For those interested in learning more about regenerative cell therapies using stem cells, growth factors, exosomes and cytokines, visit or call (844) GET-STEM.

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