I am posting this first of nine videos to explain what exosomes are and how they work.
The series covers the following topics:
Lecture 1: What are exosomes?
Lecture 2: Aging and exosomes
Lecture 3: Parabiosis and exosomes
Lecture 4: Cancer and exosomes
Lecture 5: A history of regenerative therapies in joints
Lecture 6: Are all exosomes created equal?
Lecture 7: The FDA
Lecture 8: What are the risks of exosomes?
Lecture 9: What is Dr. Park’s approach to exosomes?
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4 thoughts on “What are exosomes? Lecture 1 of 9”
So fascinating. Thank you so much for explaining everything so eloquently.
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Dr Dr Park,
Thank you for the video. I look forward to listening to the rest.
Have a great day!
Dr Park, Thank you for the video series. I have worked with Duncan Ross and Sara Watson and the Kimera team for the last two years and have used Kimera exosomes in my practice. I look forward to watching the rest of the videos and meeting you in person someday.