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Longeveron is Hosting a Satellite Symposium at the IAGG 2017 in San Francisco

 

April 03, 2017

Longeveron’s symposium will be in Tuesday July 25 during lunch and will accommodate up to 125 attendees. This will include a panel presentation with some of the world experts on frailty.

 

The theme for IAGG 2017, “Global Aging and Health: Bridging Science, Policy, and Practice,” will convene professionals from a variety of disciplines such as medicine, nursing, social science, psychological science, finance, and policy to address the toughest challenges in our industry.

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Longeveron is researching treatments based on its Mesenchymal Stem Cells for a variety of aging-related diseases.  In 2017, Longeveron published positive Phase I and Phase 2 clinical studies in the Journals of Gerontology that evaluated the safety and efficacy of its Mesenchymal Stem Cells in patients with Aging Frailty, a serious geriatric syndrome that can lead to other severe health conditions, such as heart disease.  The company is now recruiting for an expanded Phase 2b Aging Frailty study.

 

Longeveron is also recruiting for a Phase 1 Alzheimer’s trial, and Phase 1 and 2 trials to evaluate the safety and efficacy of its stem cells for improving flu vaccine immune response in Aging Frailty patients.  Longeveron’s MSC product is derived from the bone marrow of young, healthy adult donors.

 

About Longeveron 

 

Longeveron (www.longeveron.com) is a regenerative medicine therapy company founded in 2014.  Longeveron’s goal is to provide the first of its kind biological solution for aging-related diseases, and is dedicated to developing safe cell-based therapeutics to revolutionize the aging process and improve quality of life.  The company’s research focus areas Aging Frailty, the Metabolic Syndrome and Alzheimer’s Disease and gratefully acknowledges the generous support of the National Institutes of Health, the Alzheimer’s Association and Maryland Stem Cell Research Fund.  Longeveron is also conducting a Phase 1 trial to study Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome, a rare indication that affects infants, supported through a grant from the Maryland Stem Cell Research Fund.

 

For more information about the clinical trials

Longeveron is sponsoring, visit ClinicalTrials.gov

or Longeveron’s website www.longeveron.com

 

SOURCE Longeveron LLC

 

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