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6th Annual New York Stem Cell Summit Announces Spinal Cord Injury Panel Participants
Date:2/16/2011

PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- RRY Publications LLC today announced that several renowned stem cell experts will head the panel discussion on spinal cord injuries at the 6th Annual New York Stem Cell Summit on March 1 at the Bridgewaters.  The speakers, including Wise Young, Ph.D., M.D., a founding director of the W.M. Keck Center for Collaborative Neuroscience and a professor at Rutgers; Stephen Huhn, M.D., vice president and head of the CNS Program at StemCells, Inc.; and James D. Guest, M.D., Ph.D., associate professor of Neurological Surgery at The Miami Project, will each give an update on their research during the summit.

The one-day conference will feature more than 30 companies who will each present their current research on stem cells.  Industry analyst Robin Young, president of RRY Publications LLC and the organizer of the annual Stem Cell Summit, will also provide a 10-year market forecast for the stem cell industry.

"Sales of stem cell therapies continue to grow rapidly throughout the world.  We now estimate that revenues from stem cell therapies will surpass the billion dollar milestone by 2015 and that the industry will support a $10 billion valuation," stated Robin Young.  "Sales of stem cell therapies continue to grow rapidly throughout the world.  We now estimate that revenues from stem cell therapies will surpass the billion dollar milestone by 2015 and that the industry will support a $10 billion valuation."

The 6th Annual New York Stem Cell Summit will provide institutional investors, industry participants and researchers with a complete update on the stem cell industry.  Attendees will learn about the investment opportunities in the stem cell marketplace, the groundbreaking stem cell products physicians are using today and the growing market potential for stem cell therapies.  More information, including company presentations and attendee registration details, are ava
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