Celltex Participates in Annual Anti-Aging Conference

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Houston-based biotechnology company Celltex Therapeutics Corporation took part in the 22nd Annual World Congress on Anti- Aging Medicine in Las Vegas on December 10 – 14, 2014. The conference allowed practitioners from all specialties to gain the latest information on the world of anti-aging from over 70 world-renowned speakers, who delivered relevant, clinical and data-supported presentations over the course of the three-day conference.

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Representatives from Celltex took part in the 22nd Annual World Congress on Anti- Aging Medicine, educating attendees about the anti-aging potential of adult stem cells.

Celltex experts educated conference attendees on adult mesenchymal stem cell (MSCs) banking and therapy and its positive effects on the body in regards to anti-aging. Those who attended the conference were able to visit the Celltex booth to receive pamphlets of information as well as speak to Celltex experts, who were on hand to explain the banking and therapy process in more detail.

With their ability to transform into many different cell types within the body, MSCs aid the body by providing new cells to replace or repair damaged ones, which is why they are a viable treatment option for degenerative and autoimmune diseases. Stem cell therapy is also beneficial for use in anti-aging, as it can result in tighter, smoother skin and brighter eyes. It also helps boost the immune system and increase mental alertness.

The annual conference attracted nearly 3,000 private medical practice physicians, and more than 275 companies were on hand to exhibit the latest and greatest in the anti-aging healthcare movement.

“Celltex was honored to be a part of this highly-informative conference and have the opportunity to discuss the role adult stem cell therapy can play in anti-aging,” said Celltex Chief Scientific Officer Dr. Jane Young.

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