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BEIJING, Jan. 7, 2016 / PRNewswire — On January 6, 2016, The Global Conference for Collaboration and Cooperation on Regenerative Life Science cosponsored by Chinese Red Cross Foundation and Beijing MEBO Institute for Burns, Wounds and Ulcers was successfully opened in the Great Hall of the People, in which authorities with expertise in the field of regenerative life science from the domestic and the overseas gathered together to commemorate Dr. Rongxiang Xu and discuss the major research outcomes and applicative results in this field, jointly promoting the sustainable development of regenerative life science.
The projects launched in this conference included: the establishment of Chinese Red Cross Foundation “Rongxiang Xu Regenerative Life Non-profit Fund”, announced by Li Li, the Chairman of National Rongxiang Xu Foundation; the launch of Clinton Global Initiative Commitment “From Urban to Rural: Training Doctors on Moist Exposed Burn Therapy (MEBT)”, announced by Kevin Xu, the President of MEBO International and son of Dr. Xu; the establishment of “Rongxiang Xu MD Center of Regenerative Therapeutics” at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center of Harvard Medical School; the development plan of “Rongxiang Xu Center for Regenerative Life Science” at USC Davis School of Gerontology; and etc., and also issues such as the clinical application and development of regenerative medical technology in Chinese hospitals, the global development of regenerative medical technology and etc. were discussed in depth.
Philip Chen, the Health Deputy of Los Angeles County also participated in this conference in which he read out the Memorandum of Understanding signed between The Los Angeles County Department of Health and USC Rongxiang Xu Center for Regenerative Life Science (RXCRLS) for MEBT training in the medical training network of Los Angeles County.
This conference was to better carry forward the humanitarian spirit of Dr. Rongxiang Xu, inventor of Human Body Regenerative Restoration Science (HBRRS), and to promote regenerative life science to bless the world. Just as the Surgery Professor of Harvard Medical School Dr. Elliot Chaikof said, “Dr. Xu’s pioneering contributions in the field of regenerative medicine are recognized internationally. I believe the most enduring and important contribution of Dr. Xu is his commitment to translating his novel discoveries into effective and innovative therapies, that have touched countless lives around the world – and in so doing – added years to life and life to years.”
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