Dr. Park’s approach to Exosomes – Lecture 9 of 9

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In this 17-minute video, I explain my approach to exosomes. We discuss the objective measurements of aging that we use. In addition, we discuss the risks of placebo, nocebo, and unknown unknowns.  The most important criterion is are you willing to take a chance on a logical intervention in the context of a patient-physician relationship?

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The series covers the following topics:

Lecture 1: What are exosomes?

www.tinyurl.com/exosomes1

Lecture 2: Aging and exosomes

www.tinyurl.com/exosomes2

Lecture 3: Parabiosis and exosomes

www.tinyurl.com/exosomes3

Lecture 4: Cancer and exosomes

www.tinyurl.com/exosomes4

Lecture 5: A history of regenerative therapies in joints

www.tinyurl.com/exosomes5

Lecture 6: Are all exosomes created equal?

www.tinyurl.com/exosomes6

Lecture 7: The FDA

www.tinyurl.com/exosomes7

Lecture 8: What are the risks of exosomes?

www.tinyurl.com/exosomes8

Lecture 9: What is Dr. Park’s approach to exosomes?

www.tinyurl.com/exosomes9

 


 

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