Sometimes, a drug can remedy a chemical imbalance or surgery can repair a structural failure, but there are times when there is no substitute for replacing a part with human tissue or an entire organ. Rapid advances in regenerative medicine are bringing that possibility closer to reality.
NATURE CONFERENCE ON INFLAMMATORY DISEASES Presented by: Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences & Peking Union Medical College | Chinese Society for Immunology (CSI) | Nature Reviews Immunology | Nature Immunology | Nature | Nature Communications
This conference will feature sessions on microbiota, cell death, metabolism, technologies, and innate sensing and signaling as they relate to inflammatory diseases and cancer.
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