The Risks of Exosomes – Lecture 8 of 9

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In this 27-minute video, I explain the risks associated with exosomes. These include infection, potency, consistency, wasted funds, and unknown unknowns. Exosomes are not inert; they make powerful changes. But the most important thing to understand is not the placebo effect, nocebo effect, or how much you spend. The most important thing to understand is what your own risk tolerance is and if you really want to change.

 

 


 

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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