Peshmerga Army Invites Dr Pradeep Mahajan To Addressed a treatment using Stem Cell Therapy on injured wounds
Mumbai: Stem cell therapy possesses both diagnostic and therapeutic potential. The use of stem cells for pain management can help with fast, safe, effective, and lasting results in terms of injuries. Dr. Pradeep Mahajan, Regenerative Medicine Researcher, StemRx Bioscience Solutions Pvt. Ltd conducted a session on the benefits of stem cell therapy to help the Peshmerga Army bounce back from serious injuries. Indian High Commissioner attended the meeting Consul general of India Subhash C. Kain attended a meeting with the commander in chief Houshmmad of Peshmerga & Major Dr. Dana A. Ali
Stem cells therapy can be used for the treatment of injuries where surgery does not heal wounds of skin muscles, tendons, bones, the sensory part, solid organs, nervous system and other skeleton muscle and pulmonary tissues , also it will look into radiation syndromes to treat using stem cells.
Stem cell therapy has been a boon for a large number of patients and is becoming increasingly popular. It is used to treat complex diseases without any complications. Stem cell therapy will not only yield positive results in common people but army men too. The Peshmerga forces have sacrificed a lot during the war against the ISIS terrorist group in the last decade to protect their country and the entire world from terrorist threats. Unfortunately, as a result of the war, besides thousands of Peshmerga have been martyred, more than 10,000 peshmergas have been injured critically. Some of them are fully healed, while others still need to be treated. To promptly tackle the need of the soldiers, Dr Pradeep Mahajan has been invited by the Ministry of Peshmerga, Kurdistan.
Dr Pradeep Mahajan, Regenerative Medicine Researcher, StemRx Bioscience Solutions Pvt. Ltd said, “It was an honor to deliver a lecture on stem cell therapy for Peshmerga forces in Kurdistan. If there is war then there are going to be injuries. I briefed them about how revolutionary stem cell therapy can be a game changer for them when it comes to untreatable diseases. I respect the army men for their courage, spirit, and love towards the country. It was a proud moment for me to deliver a lecture for them. I hope to get more such opportunities in the near future and help the army men to overcome injuries and improve their quality of life.”
It is a proud moment for the Indian Community to extend the high technology to improve the recovery of a war injury.