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Mesenchymal Stem Cells: The Next Generation of Pain Treatments

Pain is a major burden of disease and will likely increase as populations around the world grow older and the incidence of obesity increases.

The global market for pain therapies is large and growing, and is expected to be worth $77 billion by 2023 (1). Treatments for osteoarthritis alone will constitute a $10.1 billion market by 2024 (2).

However, pain is notoriously hard to treat and chronic pain – pain from diseases such as osteoarthritis, general knee, and back pain – even more so. Current treatment options for pain – often opioids or surgery – mostly treat the symptoms, not the source of the pain.

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Leo Lee, CEO of Regeneus, is a Senior Executive with over 20 years of experience in pharmaceutical innovation, commercialisation, regulatory and policy. He has worked in North America, Asia, and has lived and worked in Japan the last 12 years. Leo was previously President of Allergan, Japan, and former President of Merck, Japan.
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