Regenerative Medicine: Steering Mother Nature
What if it were possible to transform a person's own cells into a weapon against disease? What if cells could be retrained to attack cancer or to prevent autoimmune diseases? These what-if's -- and their real-world applications -- are a topic of research for Emory University's Jacques Galipeau, MD. A Georgia Cancer Coalition Distinguished Scholar, Galipeau is a world-renowned expert in cell and gene therapy of cancer and immune ailments.