Home[Podcast] Are Stem Cells the Answer to COVID-19 long term damage to the human body?

[Podcast] Are Stem Cells the Answer to COVID-19 long term damage to the human body?

Today’s guest is Dr. Anand Srivastava. He is the Co-founder, Chairman and Chief Scientific Officer of GIOSTAR. GIOSTAR is the Global Institute of Stem Cell Therapy and Research.

Under Dr. Anand’s leadership, scientists and clinicians have developed and established stem cell therapies for various types of autoimmune diseases and blood disorders.

Dr. Anand joins us today to discuss his experience in the field of stem cell research, the uses for stem cells and how they could be employed to battle COVID-19.

Listen to the podcast to learn about:

  • Public vs. government perspectives on stem cell research
  • The history of stem cell research
  • The modern approach to stem cell therapy: regenerative medicine
  • Understanding the spectrum of diseases humans are prone to
  • How stem cells can be applied to help with metabolic malfunction
  • Regenerative medicine to battle degenerative disease
  • How the connotations of ‘embryonic’ impacted perceptions
  • The multi-national effort to research stem cell applications to battle COVID-19
  • The importance of understanding the physiology of the COVID-19 virus
  • Why people with underlying conditions and the elderly are more affected by COVID-19
  • How the coronavirus could impact perceptions of stem cell research
  • The continuing necessity of a vaccine
  • Why we need a multiple approach strategy to tackle COVID-19
  • Potential issues meeting supply and demand of stem cells in the future
  • What the future of the industry holds
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