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Regenerative Medicine: Federal Investment, Information Sharing, and Challenges in an Evolving Field
Carcia Crosse (au)
Regenerative medicine is an interdisciplinary field with a focus on conducting research and developing treatments for a vast assortment of previously untreatable diseases and conditions through self-healing -- a process by which the body uses its own systems to recreate cells and rebuild tissues and organs. This report reviewed the federal involvement in this field. It describes (1) which federal agencies conducted or funded regenerative medicine research in recent years and how these agencies invested their resources; (2) the activities these federal agencies undertake to share information across agencies; and (3) the challenges to advancing the field of regenerative medicine identified by federal agencies and other stakeholders and the steps taken, if any, to address them. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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