Recent technological advances have transformed our collective understanding of the etiology of most medical conditions. Most importantly, these innovations paved the way forward to the development of better cures and vaccines to combat those condition.
Dr. Cameron Clokie is an inventor, scientist, and medical researcher. Cameron is the proud recipient of a dozen international awards and accolades. The surgeon has played an instrumental role in growing the field of regenerative medicine. Dr. Clokie’s work primarily focuses on developing new, efficient, and affordable maxillofacial surgical interventions.
25 Patents Approved!
In the past three decades, Cameron’s research company, Induce Biologics Inc., has played an essential role in developing several reconstruction musculoskeletal techniques.
The scientist and CEO holds over 25 medical patents for his unique approaches. Some of his brilliant work and ideas are yet to be patented, however. Cameron’s achievements landed him plush appointments as an advisor to over a dozen regenerative medicine companies.
In late 2015, Cameron Clokie made headlines, globally, with his newly discovered and proven bone regeneration technique.
The Globe and Mail ran an interesting piece about how the surgeon-cum-researcher had found a way to grow bone tissue by using proteins to induce growth in adult stem cells. Ideally, the procedure mimics the conditions present during the embryonic stage of bone formation.
Cameron, who heads up the oral and maxillofacial surgery department at the University of Toronto, Canada later expressed his gratitude for the significant contributions of research teams at the Mount Sinai Hospital and Toronto General Hospital. Learn more about Cameron Clokie: https://www.facebook.com/Dr-Cameron-Clokie-1711496149080699/ and http://inducebiologics.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=46&Itemid=18
Dr. Cameron used the facilities in these hospitals to test out the creative bone resetting formula. Together, the experts conducted medical experiments involving up to 8 test candidates suffering from bone anomalies.
One of the lucky candidates for the experiment by Dr. Clokie was a 60-year old Canadian man diagnosed with an aggressive benign tumor. Peter Russel underwent a brief surgical operation to remove the tumor and was discharged two days later. Read more: Dr. Cameron Clokie Gives His Quick Tips for Tooth Care While Traveling
In 2 weeks, Russel had staged a complete recovery. The surgery didn’t leave any noticeable scars on Mr. Russel and, it was relatively painless. That was a shocking development, especially considering the intense pain, bone surgery patients endured in the past.
To read more about the startling revelations by Dr. Clokie during his medical findings presentations in front of the University of Toronto academic board, click here.