2010 Press Releases

 

PORTLAND, OR, DECEMBER 13, 2010- The International Cellular Medicine Society (ICMS) today announced the findings of its investigation into the cause of the deaths of two patients of RNL Bio, a Korean company engaged in the medical removal, banking and provision of stem cells for use in patients. The patients had both received intravenous infusions of stem cells that had been derived from their own fat tissue.

 

PORTLAND, OREGON, SEPTEMBER 30, 2010 – The International Cellular Medicine Society (ICMS), a nonprofit organization committed to patient safety, peer oversight, and physician education in the medical use of adult stem cells, announces the 2nd Annual International Congress on Regenerative and Cell Based Medicine on November 11-12, 2010 at the M Resort in Las Vegas, NV. This professional medical conference brings together experts who are driving the field of adult stem cell technologies as part of their everyday practice of medicine. The ICMS will host lectures from physicians from around the world on how adult stem cells are being used in the clinical setting to treat patients.

 

PORTLAND, OREGON, August 4, 2010 – The International Cellular Medicine Society’s (ICMS) Executive Director, David Audley, delivered the opening remarks for the 4th Annual Symposium on Regenerative Medicine and Adult Stem Cell Research in Kyoto, Japan.  The ICMS is a global nonprofit organization dedicated to patient safety and education on the medical use of adult stem cells. Audley’s remarks called for physicians worldwide to unite behind best practice standards for the medical use of stem cells.

 

PORTLAND, OREGON, August 2, 2010 – The International Cellular Medicine Society (ICMS), a nonprofit organization dedicated to patient safety and physician education on the medical use of adult stem cells, announces the publication of an Open Letter directed to stem cell clinics worldwide.  The letter, currently published on the ICMS website, warns clinics about impending threats to the future of cell based medicine and encourages them to join the ICMS, participate in its Treatment Registry, and come into compliance with its physician developed international guidelines.

 

PORTLAND, OREGON. June 29, 2010 - The International Cellular Medicine Society (ICMS), a nonprofit organization dedicated to patient safety and education on the medical use of adult stem cells, today proudly announces the addition of esteemed bioethicist Glenn McGee, PhD to its Board of Directors.

 

PORTLAND, OREGON, June 4, 2010 – The International Cellular Medicine Society (“ICMS”), a professional medical nonprofit organization dedicated to patient safety through the advancement of safe and effective adult stem cell therapy, applauds the efforts of governmental agencies and nonprofit organization to bring greater transparency to the practices of international stem cell clinics. The ICMS asserts that only through the independent collection and validation of patient outcome data can the promise of adult, autologous stem cell therapies be realized.

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