Stem Cells Arabia is Participating in the Conference of “Imbalance in Endocrinology and Diabetes” held in Kuwait
Stem Cells Arabia is participating in the Conference of “Imbalances in Endocrinology and Diabetes” held in Kuwait on the 6th of March, 2016, along with several stem cell specialists from the US, England, Arab and Gulf countries to discuss the latest advancements in the treatment of Diabetes using stem cells. The conference which extends over two days is sponsored by the Kuwait; Institution for Scientific Advancement, which completely supports the conference, organized by the Kuwait; Association of Endocrinologists, and in collaboration with the Pediatric Department at Al-Sabah Hospital.
Press Conference about “The Jordanian Method for the Treatment of Diabetes”
Today Stem Cells Arabia held a Press Conference to discuss “The Jordanian Method for the Treatment of Diabetes” as a part of the “Stem Cells and Diabetes Treatment” workshop in the 1st Middle East Wound Care & Diabetic Limb Salvage (WDLS) Conference. The conference is organized by several organizations in the health sector under the patronage of Her Royal Highness Princess Muna Al Hussein.
The conference includes a fine selection of speakers from Jordan and the United States to discuss the latest method used in the treatment of Diabetes using Stem Cells, and the treatment of several diabetic patients in Jordan and the United States. One of the cured Diabetic patients is participating in the conference and is elaborating on her medical condition.
“Stem Cells Arabia” participates in the 2015 Conference held by “The Dilemma of Difficult Diseases: Cellular Therapies to the Rescue” in Chicago
Stem Cells Arabia participates in the 2015 Conference held by “The Alliance for Advancement of Cellular Therapies(AACT) “that took place on 16-18th of September in Chicago, United States. During the conference, the Jordanian team consisting of the Royal Medical Services and the team of Stem Cells Arabia that advanced the treatment of Type 1 Diabetes by immunomodulation that stops the immune attack on the pancreas followed by autologous stem cell transplantation in the pancreas using interventional radiology.The team includes Brig. Gen. Dr. Hazem Habboub, Chief Interventional Radiologist in the Royal Medical Services and Dr. Adeeb Al-Zoubi, Associate Professor in the fields of Immunology and Stem Cells in the Medical School at University of Illinois Chicago and the CEO of Stem Cells Arabia