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Functional Regeneration of the Macula with Autologous Stem Cells
Date:7/30/2013

ate standards for the application of autologous stem cells (that is, using the patient's own stem cells) for Mexico and the world.

At CELLMAK we work to improve the quality of people's lives, and are putting Mexico in first place, competing at the global level in the generation of new technology. 

Make an appointment now and find out how you can participate in our clinical research protocols.

Mario Camacho is a Biomedical Researcher engaged in comprehensive handling of autologous stem cells, and he works with medical specialists who clinically evaluate viable candidates and deal directly with the patients.

Contact information:

https://www.facebook.com/Cellmak 
e-mail: celulasmadre1@aol.com 
Phone: (52) 442 2200546 and 442 2452997
also soon at: www.cellmak.com


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