COFEPRIS leniency opens doors to stem cell therapies

NEW YORK, March 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --Celltex in Houston moved operations to Mexico early this year along with stem cell companies in India and China who have been inquiring about the Mexican market. According to ReHealth, COFEPRIS, which 2 years ago was closed to stem cell treatment has had a complete change of heart when they approached them again just about a month ago. ReHealth's core business is the development of autologous stem cells for diabetes types 1 and 2, COPD, cardiovascular diseases and sports injuries.

The Biopharma Mexico conference, from the 29th-30th October in Mexico City, will usher stem cell and regenerative medicine companies in the US , Europe and Asia into the Mexican market.

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If you offer tools, consumables, reagents, products and services in stem cell development, contact us to find out how you can participate.

Biopharma Mexico will also bring together biotechs developing biologics, particularly bio-comparables and vaccines in the country.

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