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Who we are
The Medical Awareness Institute (MAI), a 501-C-3 Public Benefit Corporation based in San Diego, is dedicated to serving the educational, medical and health information needs of multi-cultural communities through a virtual network of professional service providers and organizations providing educational programs and pioneering new solutions for general wellbeing.
MAI publishes and distributes pro-active preventative healthcare information in nearly 30 languages These publications contain symptoms of diseases and medical professional directories.
MAI serves San Diego county residents with projects in the area of college prep and enrollment through its subsidiary; San Diego Educational Opportunity Centers (SDEOC)
SDEOC is funded by the U.S. Department of Education, therefore, this is no charge to receive services for educational purposes.
Regenerative Cell Therapy treatments may work for pets:
Saving unnecessary pain and dollars.
Regenerative Cell Therapy (RCT’s) may work in animals as well as they are working for humans. Dr. Jensen is currently evaluating results from brain, heart, kidney and other human irregularities that are currently being treated with stem cells.
Work to do: i.e. What will research dollars be used for:
A) Get RCT’s products saved/stored.
B) Advertise to veterinarians through magazines and service representative campaigns.
C) Collate results, publish papers.
Current Studies for Stem Cells in pets
The following uses have been implemented by companion animal veterinarians with reported favorable outcomes:
Canine osteoarthritis - hip, elbow, knee
Canine immune mediated rheumatoid arthritis
Animal Stem Cells are now being offered for regenerative therapy to credentialed small animal veterinarians. Development and refinement of the clinical science for canine injuries or diseases is underway with academic and clinical veterinarians.
· Locate all of the Veterinarians who know that stem cells actually help animals.
· Let Vets know that Regenerative Cell Therapy treatments work in lots of cases of hip dysphasia, sprains, strains, fractures, osteoarthritis etc.
· Prove that Regenerative Cell Therapy treatments work because they do not need to be matched.
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