What is the Step Forward To Life Program?

Injuries inflicted in a conflict environment are very different to those encountered in the civilian population. Currently there is no international humanitarian trauma registry and data describing the needs of those injured during conflict. The data available is inadequate to support the development of humanitarian trauma systems, thus creating a further challenge in planning the management offered in the health care system.

Our approach to war casualties

  • At ReGen, we took the moral responsibility to be part of these
  • efforts and help combat victims from all over the world.
  • Our team consists of reconstructive surgeons, orthopaedic surgeons, aesthetic surgeons, stem cells therapists, tissue engineers, who have been trained in military hospitals.
  • In our approach, we utilize our expertise in surgery, stem cells therapy and in 3D bioprinting to create innovative treatment methods, to get our patients the best results.
  • We use advanced technology in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, which has successfully augmented the chances of restoring the function of damaged organs whilst also taking into consideration the aesthetic aspect.
  • Our in-house psychological specialists are experienced in helping victims of trauma overcome PTSD.
Step Forward To Life

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What are the different types of Combat Injuries?

  • Common combat injuries include second- and third-degree burns, broken bones, shrapnel wounds, brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, nerve damage, paralysis, loss of sight and hearing, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and limb loss.
  • “Non-hostile injuries” and other medical problems arising in theatre, such as heat stroke, suicide attempts, respiratory problems, and vehicle crashes.
  • Other problems are not diagnosed until the injured return home. Toxic exposure from dust and burn pits and resulting respiratory, cardiac, and neurological disease represent another large segment of war zone-induced illness that has yet to be fully recognized.

COMBAT vs. CIVILIAN INJURIES

Injuries inflicted in a conflict environment are very different to those encountered in the civilian population. Currently there is no international humanitarian trauma registry and data describing the needs of those injured during conflict. The data available is inadequate to support the development of humanitarian trauma systems, thus creating a further challenge in planning the management offered in the health care system.

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Stem cell therapy in War Casualties

Stem cell therapy, especially when utilizing mesenchymal stem cells, carries several medical benefits. Significant potential to stimulate or speed reparative processes, and adequate graftable cells for the treatment of catastrophe victims with severe injuries. The therapeutic value of combining MSCs conventional treatment is anticipated to be enhanced.

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Neurosurgical Casualties

Neurosurgical combat casualties tend to leave long term disabilities like hemiplegia and paraplegia. Our team of surgeons and researchers have developed the HYBRID Technology in stem cell treatment to treat these cases. This technology showed promising results and helped restoring both the sensory and the motor functions, of course with intensive program of physiotherapy We show pride that we saved hundreds of lives and gave hope for their families and beloved ones and that we are the centre that always chases hope and create it when everybody else gives up. Death, disability, despair, losing loved ones and the neighbourhood in which you grew up, feeling scattered and vulnerable, and frantically seeking roots, all the while attempting to prove that you are resilient even as you fall apart. Only war survivors understand how it feels, and only the dead have witnessed its conclusion.From ReGen , we wish for the end of all global conflicts so that we can use our expertise to make the world a better place.

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ReGen Experience

We create standarts & deliver world-class stem cell services

“Stem Cell Therapy for Autism”

“Spinal Cord Injury”

“Hair Transplantation”

ReGen Experience

We create standarts & deliver world-class stem cell services

“Stem Cell Therapy for Autism”

“Spinal Cord Injury”

“Hair Transplantation”

Global Team

Our global team members are connected to a ReGen database that is created and updated by our international scientific board.
M. Salih Yıldırım

CEO of Regen, President Of ISSCA

Benito Novas

CEO of Global Stem Cells Group

MelihCan Sezgic

Plastic Surgeon

Hilmi Karadeniz

Orthopedic Surgeon