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It’s believing I’m a soul of past, present and future, and that future is active, waiting for my contribution, is soothing. Tomorrow may actually be looking forward to me. Falling asleep to that mantra is what keeps me, and the thought of it grows my faith and gives me hope.
I have started Regenerative Outcomes to help you, the provider of cellular therapies, achieve optimum clinical and patient quality-of-life outcomes, as well as prepare you for emerging regulatory changes that may impact your practice.
I believe in simple, efficient, effective and profitable strategies to help your cellular therapy patients achieve those outcomes, and positively support your future efforts.
Pervasive hype, both overly positive and overly negative hurts us all. Dr. Feel Good and Chicken Little have no place at the table of social or health policy of such gravity to our lives and the lives of those we love.
The truth, as it usually does, resides in the middle. Most cellular therapies are treatments at best. Few are curative. Science is out there to support many treatments, but it comes mostly from other countries. Though they’ve been successfully treating their citizens (and ours as well) for years, we don’t particularly care about their supporting data.
Not recognizing real world evidence, even when it’s obvious all around us is promoting what I call a “false consciousness”. An “elephant in the room” that is seen, but is ignored by consensus.
She, until December of last year, had never known you as a fully-sighted man.
You met through a reputable online dating service. Each of you happy to just find friends, companionship and fun. The dot-com dating scene was new territory for both of you, and you were both within a few days of dumping the subscriptions promising well-matched bliss, and return to trolling the supermarkets… (not really, but low tech is a totally comfortable space for people your age).