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Regenerative medicine project eyes socioeconomic benefits

Dutch-Flemish public-private partnership aims to save money for patients and contribute to GDP growth

One month ago, the Dutch government approved the funding of an R&D project proposed by the public-private partnership RegMed XB, which works on regenerative medicine—the branch of medicine that aims to repair or replace damaged tissues.

The partnership will receive up to €56 million from the National Growth Fund to build a pilot plant for regenerative medicine therapies, such as those based on stem cells, for patients suffering from diseases including diabetes and kidney failure.

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