cardiac injury

Breakthrough Paper Outlines Path to Heart Regeneration After Cardiac Injury

Cardiovascular disease kills more than 650,000 Americans annually. Those who survive myocardial infarction remain at risk of death because the human heart has a very limited ability to repair itself. No one has yet found a method that leads to cardiovascular regeneration for a damaged human heart. But all that may change thanks to a revolutionary medical paper written by Dr. Ian White, president and CSO of UF Innovate | Sid Martin Biotech resident Neobiosis, a company that focuses on the science of regenerative medicine.