Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative medicine employs the following three strategies for better outcomes. They are  human body  inherent regenerative capacities induced in vivo through the application of growth factors or progenitor cells such as  stem cells;  Tissue engineering or   complex structures fabricated in vitro with cells and custom-made scaffolds to  promote tissue regenerate in implant ; Recolonizing donated or  decellularized molecular structures with patient-derived stem cells and implanting them in the patient. Regenerative medicine encompasses the process of creating living, functional tissues in order to repair or restore or replace tissue and organ function lost due to various causes such as agedness, disease, damage, or congenital defects.