Dr. Jack Coleman has played a pivotal role in the development of The Lung Institute at Baylor College of Medicine since the medical center was formed in 2014; recently, Dr. Coleman gave a keynote address to the Third Congress on Responsible Stem Cell Research, during which he discussed the changing face of stem cell research and treatments in the 21st century. One of the areas highlighted by Dr. Coleman in his speech given in Padua, Italy was the need for a change in regulations that should allow a lower cost to be achieved for research and trials for stem cell treatments, these savings could then be passed on to patients.
The Lung Institute may have only been in place since 2014, but this impressive clinic presided over by Dr. David Sugarbaker is already building a major global reputation as one of the world’s best respected specialist lung medical treatment providers. Dr. Sugarbaker has brought in experts from the Baylor School of Medicine and Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center to create a specialist team of experts who can handle all aspects of treatment and diagnosis.
Not only does The Lung Institute at Baylor College of Medicine look to create a specialist treatment plan for all patients looking to receive assistance with stem cell options the medical center also provides a range of specialist services to aid the patient and their family. In an effort to take a proactive approach to lung issues the Institute has employed a number of specialists in areas such as dieticians, physical therapists, and social workers who can aid with almost every issue associated with lung based medical problems.
In his address in Padua, Italy Dr. Coleman is looking to highlight many of the advances that have been made in stem cell research and treatments at The Lung Institute; Dr. Coleman explained the many ways the use of stem cell treatments can be faster acting than traditional forms of medicine that use a more trial and error approach to treating a patient. Alongside the many advances seen in stem cell research and treatments Dr. Coleman also discussed the moral and ethical issues surrounding the stem cell industry, which he believes has a duty to make sure treatments and diagnostic research is provided to all patients at a price that allows everybody to benefit from the latest advances in technology. For more information, visit the website, lunginstitute.com.
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