Liveyon ReGen® Series helps heal injuries the natural way.
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Liveyon grew organically from the developing field of regenerative medicine. As research and clinical trials continued to support the benefits of using stem cells to help the body heal itself, demand for high-quality stem cells suitable for use in the clinical practice of regenerative medicine therapies began to increase. Now you can experience the Future of Regenerative Medicine in this cinematic brand story creation; that visually demonstrates what the Liveyon lifestyle is all about.
"You push yourself to the limit. The limit pushes back. Redefine your limits. Regenerate what's possible. Liveyon - Live beyond"
Safe, Easy-to-Use, and Consistent Cell Concentrations
The Future of Regenerative Medicine
Liveyon’s mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) delivered by the ReGen® Series are sourced from donated umbilical cord, which comes from safe hospital sources. Our product is screened through regulated, independent testing to meet the industry’s highest standards. Consistent concentrations make these cells easy to use in precise, individual applications. Our lab is compliant with the FDA’s Current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) standards. Learn more about why Liveyon is different.
Stem Cell Therapy’s Applications in Medicine
Today, physicians are treating a number of conditions - including athletic injuries, orthopedic problems, Parkinson’s disease, and even heart disease - with stem cell therapy.
By virtue of being undifferentiated and able to proliferate, stem cells may be able to replace injured or diseased cells with new, healthy ones.
Research on Stem Cells Shows Promise
Stem cell research and clinical trials.
Current research and clinical trials show that mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs), such as those provided by the Liveyon ReGen® Series, may offer a number of potential advantages in treatment. Research suggests that stem cell therapy can be effective in a variety of applications. Learn more about stem cell research and clinical trials.