Renewed Growth In Regenerative Medicine
This article was originally published in Start Up
Investments in regenerative medicine may finally be poised to deliver returns. Many therapies are finally moving into clinical trials. According to "Tissue Engineering and Cell Transplantation: U.S. Markets for Organ Regeneration Products," a report recently published by the Medtech Insight, several key clinical applications will create an almost $24 billion market by 2019.
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