Forecasters across the globe are calling regenerative health the future of medicine, and with good reason. In recent years, major discoveries in the usage of adult stem cells and biologics have led to promising advances in the treatment of illnesses from chronic back pain to leukemia and even AIDS.
With new, uniquely patentable regenerative therapies being developed all over the U.S., RBCC is reaching out to emerging industry leaders regarding development partnerships that could significantly boost the company’s bottom line.
“So many current medical treatments focus on reducing pain and suffering rather than addressing their cause,” said RBCC CEO
By acquiring or partnering with up-and-coming regenerative therapy companies, RBCC plans to be well-positioned to capitalize on the big growth in store for the industry. The company invests in technology developed to compete in the biotechnology industry alongside
For more information on RBCC’s other biotech initiatives, please visit www.rainbowbiosciences.com.
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