Cameron Clokie reports the success of the Induce Biologic Inc. in the regenerative medicine and bone reconstruction of different patients that had problems that relate to their bone and body muscles. In his speech, he highlights the stages that bone surgery has undergone before the eventual discovery of the protein induced bone regeneration for such patients. Regenerative medicine involves taking a human cell and replacing it with another so that it can grow as if it was part of the new cell. From the experience of one of their patients, Peter Russell, whom they had attended to in Canada at Toronto General Hospital, he gives an account.
What is the logistics involved in bone restructuring?
Cameron Clokie reports that the discovery of Induce Biologic Inc. has made the treatment of ameloblastoma easier. Based on the operational facts, Cameron Clokie says that the operation that involved Russel’s jawbone took as little as four hours and after which he only stayed in the medical facility for two nights in addition to reporting no complication at all. This period of operation and recuperation is short as opposed to the previous one that could take more than nine hours with some patients being taken to the intensive care units in the respective hospitals. Cameron Clokie’s concern for affordability of the bone morphogenetic protein (BMP), which currently costs $6,000, has driven him a notch higher to have more plans for the future. As one of these ways, he plans to generate BMP by inserting a human gene into an embryo of a goat so that they can produce more proteins in their milk. This initiative could make the reconstructive medication cheap.
Who is Cameron Clokie?
Cameron Clokie is the current CEO of the Induce Biologic Company. He is a scientist, an entrepreneur, a dentist, and an oral and maxillofacial surgeon. As the president of the Induce Biologic Inc. Cameron Clokie is the mind behind the company’s role in providing musculoskeletal medication services through the use of the modern technology and innovation. Having been a surgeon for more than three decades, Cameron Clokie has the necessary skills in dealing with patients with bone problems. In fact, today, Cameron Clokie accommodates more than 25 patients some of which have recovered from such complexions.