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RNL Opens the World's Largest Stem Cell Medical Center in Beijing, China
Date:11/15/2011

SEOUL, South Korea, Nov. 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The grand opening ceremony for the world's largest stem cell medical center was held on November 10, 2011.

RNL BIO (www.rnl.co.kr), South Korea's premier adult stem cell firm has just founded the world's largest stem cell medical center in Beijing, China. Beijing RNL Stem Cell Medical Center is located in Beijing's "Yanda International Medical Research Institute" (President : Li Hailing, www.yandaco.com). Beijing RNL Stem Cell Medical Center facility occupies 41,600 square footage of Yanda International Medical Research Institute's 297 acres gross area. RNL is proud to present the world's largest stem cell medical center which has a capacity to store 20,000 patients' stem cells.  

RNL and Yanda Group have joined in partnership to operate the stem cell medical center in China. RNL will be responsible for stem cell storage in the GMP facility and management of medical treatment. In addition, clinical research and treatment of patients will be administered by Yanda Group. The patients for stem cell treatment will be selected from the international hospitals—which have 3,000 patient beds within Yanda International Medical Research Institute. Patients will also be selected from the outpatient departments of 31 specialized departments. Furthermore, 12,000 families of Silver-town residents will be considered for stem cell treatment. As foreign tourists visit Beijing, they may also be potential candidates for stem cell therapy.

Dr. Jeong Chan Ra, president of RNL Stem Cell Institute, stated, "Stem cell treatment became available in the state of Texas. Now the same technology has arrived in the capital of China, Beijing. We will be able to offer broader opportunities to patients with incurable diseases." Dr. Ra added, "Stem cell treatment will be available to Chinese residents as well as Chinese people who live overseas."

Li Hailing, president of Yanda, emphasized, "The establishment of Beijing RNL Stem Cell Medical Center allows stem cell treatment to be competitive in the medical industry. Yanda International Medical Research Institute is the largest medical center in China, which is comprised of Yanda Hospital, International Medical Institute, Silver-town, Medical Nurse Education Center, International Convention Center, etc."

During the grand opening ceremony of Beijing RNL Medical Center, Dr. Jeong Chan Ra hosted a seminar session on stem cell treatment. Many medical staff and guests attended this event and showed great interest in stem cell therapy.


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