Nigeria:Ikudayisi - Adult Stem Cell Can Tackle Diabetes, Heart Diseases, Infertility

[This Day] David Ikudayisi, a Nigerian-American Specialist in regenerative medicine, is the Medical Director, Glory Wellness and Regenerative Centre. In this interview with Martins Ifijeh, he spoke on Adult Stem Cell Therapy as an emerging approach to tackling myriads of health challenges, including diabetes, heart issues, infertility, baldness, among others
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