Regenerative medicine

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Regenerative medicine is the study of the human genome that allows us to use the body's own mechanisms for healing itself. This area of medicine is funded almost entirely by pharmaceutical companies and the government. Treatment for burns, skin tissue or skin graphs are a prime example of regenerative medicine. Organ transplants is another area where regenerative medicine is applied.