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Part 11: CUTV News Radio Welcomes Back Regenerative Medicine Pioneer Joy Kong

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LOS ANGLES, CA -- Dr. Kong is the founder and director of the Thea Center for Regenerative Medicine which is constantly addressing the factors that contribute to declines in the aging process. Dr. Kong and her proteges have achieved remarkable success using regenerative medicine treatments, cultivated from the latest in science and technology. She has consulted with regenerative medicine experts from around the world and lectured extensively on the subject of stem cells. She utilizes these cells herself to enhance her vitality, and seeks to help a great many more, noting that making a real difference is what first led her to become a physician. The Center’s name Thea comes from a Greek word for light, and this awesome doctor brings things to light.

In order to pursue her dreams, Dr. Kong had to leave China, and she has written a memoir about those years and her difficult journey. It is titled Tiger of Beijing and the doctor admits she is very much like a tiger. She is bright, with a nature that centers on constant and focused pursuits.

In this last part of her extended radio series, Dr. Kong is going to help listeners grasp all the realities of stem cell therapies—the evidence-based science, the concentration and purity of formulation, the claims one can and cannot make when it comes to changing the course of disease or health. She is also going to tell us more about her new book, what inspired it, and how this memoir can help others to rise above adversity and stick to their goals. These are deep and fascinating subjects, but Dr. Kong’s Joy-ful manner make it all so entertaining to learn.

For more information about Dr. Kong visit her websites https://charabiologics.com and https://theacrm.com/

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