The Inventive Surgeon, Scientist and Entrepreneur, Cameron Clokie

Dr. Cameron Clokie is an esteemed maxillofacial and oral surgeon who has invested in science. He has constantly taken advantage of the new trends that have emerged in medicine. Cameron Clokie is the current CEO of Induce Biologics Inc., a corporation that majors in regenerative medicine of musculoskeletal rebuilding. He has been tutoring dentistry and clinical medicine for over thirty years, promoted to be the leader at the University of Toronto’s Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in 1998. He then became a professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery there until he retired in 2017. Dr. Cameron has offered his services as a board member in various scientific companies.

As a writer, Dr. Cameron Clokie has made publications and many presentations about bone restoration and regenerative medicine in Canada and the international field. He is an expert in bone healing and he has used the wisdom to add knowledge in the manufacture products that help in bone recovery.

Stem Cell treatment has been translated by many until it is dilute. Basically, a cell from donor tissue cells is used to treat disease in a patient. There is more than meets the eye, the selected cells, molecules and biomaterials heal the parts that are damaged and injured.

With the strides that have been made in modern medicine, more research needs to be done to ensure that specific therapies are discovered. Many private hospitals are administering procedures that are still being studied and this is risky according to Cameron Clokie.

Blood transfusion was the earliest form of regenerative medicine and cell therapy followed by bone marrow transplant that helped the blood cancer patient have a long life and recovery. People who have had severe burns can have a cell therapy with stem cells form the same patient. This kind of treatment needs to be specifically for proven diseases and not fields that are still being studied.

Regenerative medicine has an advantage in that the treated patient will have an increased life span and improved quality of living with new cells. The drawback that it has and usually brings little efficiency due to the way doctors administer the operation. It is expensive with only experts needed to carry out the task.

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