The group is set to sponsor the 2nd Congress of Aesthetic Medicine and Regenerative Gynecology to be held in Paraguay
MIAMI LAKES, Florida—The Global Stem Cells Group (GSCG) has announced its sponsorship of the 2nd Congress of Aesthetic Medicine and Regenerative Gynecology to be held on March 12-13, 2020 in Asuncion, Paraguay. The GSCG’s CEO Benito Novas and Development and Research Director Dra. Maritza Novas will each deliver key lectures during the annual medical congress, which will focus on advancements in the fields of aesthetic medicine and regenerative gynecology.
Benito Novas serves as the GSCG’s CEO and will lead a lecture on regenerative medicine marketing strategies. His talk will give practical marketing tools and advice to physicians running their own private practices in aesthetic medicine. In addition to his role as CEO with the GSCG, Novas also serves as the Head of Public Relations for the International Society for Stem Cell Application (ISSCA) and has authored two books on marketing strategies for clinics in the regenerative medicine industry, Your Aesthetic Practice: What Your Patients Are Saying and Marketing Digital en Su Clínica Estética (https://www.thriftbooks.com/a/benito-novas/2752773/).
Dra. Maritza Novas serves as the GSCG’s Development and Research Director as well as the US Director for the ISSCA. She will deliver the opening lecture for the congress, discussing clinical applications of regenerative medicine in the aesthetic field. Her lecture will be informed by clinical case studies demonstrating the efficacy of regenerative treatments in aesthetics. Dra. Novas is well-renowned in the field of regenerative medicine for making a profound impact on her patients through innovative treatment protocols. She has additionally trained countless doctors looking to add regenerative medicine to their practices.
On March 14, following the conclusion of the congress, representatives from the GSCG will also offer a certification course in cellular therapy. The course is designed to help all physicians who want to add stem cells therapies based on birth tissue derived components to their practices. Attendees will learn about the latest stem cell products, such as exosomes, cord blood, and amniotic fluid. Additional topics to be covered will include how to choose the right products to treat specific conditions and details about how to handle the manufacturing process, from selecting a healthy donor through quality control and storage at the medical office.
“The Global Stem Cells Group is pleased to serve as a sponsor for the 2nd Congress of Aesthetic Medicine and Regenerative Gynecology,” said Benito Novas. “We look forward to sharing today’s best research on marketing strategies to help regenerative medicine practices grow their success and influence as well as sharing clinical applications of stem cells treatments in aesthetic medicine. As a global leader in stem cells education, we always look forward to these events to help more physicians gain the knowledge and skills necessary to bring life-saving treatments to more patients across the globe.”